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In so many ways, America relies on the small business owner. They keep the American Dream alive and are often the source of innovations and new ideas that the rest of their industry adopts. Owning and operating a small business does not necessarily guarantee simplicity in day-to-day life, however. Oftentimes, all of the complications and legal troubles a huge corporation can face can also affect a small business.

At Buckley Bala Wilson Mew LLP, we take pride in knowing that we have helped small businesses through big problems. By extending our services to managers from all walks of life, we have built ourselves a strong reputation as being both compassionate and knowledgeable when it comes to complicated forms of business litigation.

Do you think you need our help? Call an Atlanta small business attorney at (404) 781-1100 and we would be happy to see what we can do.

Issues Small Business Owners Face Regularly

No business is just one person doing one thing; there are always infrastructure and connections that spread outward. For all the good that business relations and management can do, difficulties may arise that require legal attention and fast.

If you are a small business owner, you may need help handling one or more of these common concerns:

  1. Employment law: This is an umbrella term for a wide range of issues that can crop up due to how you interact with your employees. From overtime disputes to discrimination cases, you have to be careful with the way you conduct business, or an employee can cause an unprecedented amount of trouble for your business.
  2. Contract disputes: Even if you run a mom-and-pop shop, you probably rely on at least one business contract that outlines your relationship with a supplier, a business partner, or another interested party. You need to keep your contracts in order to avoid legal complaints later.
  3. Taxes: No business, no matter how big or small, is exempt from tax law, so you need to be up-to-speed and compliant. The last thing you need is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) knocking on your door when you are just trying to run your business.
  4. Government regulations: Compliance with government mandates is a must. Failing to do so is one of the most common reasons why small businesses run into legal or financial trouble. Do you know every regulation that pertains to your business? This could be health codes, environmental agreements, and more.

Call an Atlanta Small Business Lawyer at (404) 781-1100

Small business owners are arguably more pressed for time than any other sort of business owner or manager. Finding a moment to handle legal concerns can be difficult, and yet the way their store or company is run is their livelihood in many ways. To gamble with that by remaining uncertain with certain concerns, or unprepared for litigation cases, could be disastrous. The friendly and results-driven Atlanta small business attorneys at Buckley Bala Wilson Mew LLP can guide you through any sort of complication that is damaging your small business.

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