Choosing and structuring the appropriate type of business organization can be a difficult decision with far reaching consequences. Choices include sole proprietorship, professional, general, or Subchapter S corporation, limited liability company, general, limited, or limited liability partnership, or joint venture. Established businesses face a wide variety of situations posing complex legal problems. We have extensive experience advising clients about contracts, leases, real estate agreements, owner agreements, employment and personal service agreements, and customer and creditor agreements. We have also represented numerous clients in mergers and acquisitions, as well as resolving ownership and management issues in family or other private entities.