Business Law Services

Business Law ServicesAs a new business owner, one of the first phone calls you are going to make is to a business lawyer to help you get set up, especially if you need to form a Corporation, a Partnership, an LLC, or a Non-Profit organization.  You may need Bylaws, Stock Certificates, a Shareholder’s Agreement, or an Operating Agreement.  You may need any number of Contracts or other documentation to help protect yourself and your business.

Wesley Scott Jones is an experienced business lawyer who can help advise on the best course of action for a business start-up.  In addition to this counsel, Wes will also draft your non-compete or confidentiality agreements as needed.  Setting up directors, officers, members, and shareholders as well as drafting directors meeting minutes are also an important service that Wes Jones can handle for client companies.  As your business gets up and running, Wes will also handle any contract dispute or business litigation need that may arise.

Getting your new business started off on the right foot is a crucial first step for any business owner.  This is where Wes Jones can be an invaluable part of your team.  His background in business law in Wilmington, North Carolina allows Wes to apply his insight and experience to benefit your business.  He knows how to best protect your personal and business interests and will advise on best practices for your specific business and will draft the contracts and agreements required to meet those needs.

If you need (or think you need) any of the following business law services in Wilmington, NC, then please contact Wes Jones to set up an initial meeting and consultation:  Advise, Assignments, Business Entity Start-up and Formation, Buying or Selling a Business, Business Dissolution and Liquidation, Confidentiality Agreements, Contract Review and Drafting, Drafting Shareholders’ and Directors’ Meeting Minutes; Leases, Licensing, Non-Compete Agreements, Non Solicitation Agreements, Operating Agreements, Promissory Notes, Regulations, Shareholder Agreements, and Starting and Operating a Franchisee Business.