North Carolina Business and Corporate Law Counselors

Are you starting a new business? Is your business involved in a contract dispute? Make sure you hire a business law attorney at Helms Robison & Lee, PA, who understands your concerns and will zealously represent you.

Helms Robison & Lee, PA, is located in Union County, North Carolina. We are a well-established law firm and have been a staple in this community for over 50 years.  We are pleased to be able to offer a full-range of legal services to business and corporations.

If you are launching a new business, there are many things to consider.  One of the most important aspects of business formation is the type of business entity you choose. Depending on the type of entity you choose, there are different levels of personal liability and tax liability. There are several types of business entities to consider such as:

  • Sole Proprietorships
  • Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Corporations (LLCs)
  • Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
  • Professional Corporations (P.C.s)
  • Professional Associations (PAs)

The experienced attorneys at Helms Robison & Lee, PA can assist you in forming any of the entities listed above. Contact us today to arrange for a confidential consultation regarding your new business formation.  As part of the formation process, we can also assist you in preparing new Partnership Agreement, Articles of Incorporation, By-laws, as well as any other documents relevant to your specific business entity.

Civil Litigation for Your Business

Civil litigation includes anything from contract disputes, land disputes, personal injury cases, workmans compensation cases, and more.  Civil issues are litigated in small claims court, district court, and superior court, depending on the amount of damages in your case.  If your business is being sued, contact us today for a consultation of your case.  We will explain the options to you and help you make the right decision for your business. The attorneys at Helms Robison & Lee, PA have the experience you need to represent your interests in court, regardless of the amount of your damages.


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