Dover Business Lawyers
More Than 30 Years of Experience Serving Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine
If you own a business or you’re thinking of starting one, your success may hinge on the right advice. Carefully crafting a plan to accomplish your goals can save you an enormous amount of money and protect your interests. At Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A., our business lawyers provide unparalleled service and have impressive legal credentials with experience advising clients on a wide range of business matters.
Our team is fully prepared to help all kinds of businesses and business owners, whether you have a limited liability company, partnership, corporation, non-profit, or another type of business entity. We serve New Hampshire and Maine and are happy to meet with you when you call our office. Choose the business lawyers near you who are ready to help your business flourish.
Connect with us online so we can answer your questions and discuss how you can benefit from our representation or call us at (603) 742-5222.
Business-Related Cases We Handle
In today’s fast-paced world of business, it’s often not enough to have a business idea in mind—you have to carefully plan for the future to set yourself up for success, while trying to anticipate any bumps you may hit along the way. No two businesses are the same, and challenges often have more than one dimension. Having an analytical and experienced business law attorney on your side can help you achieve your business objectives and face any obstacles head-on. We are business lawyers in Maine and New Hampshire who can help you plan ahead to make your business strong.
We routinely handle the following types of matters for our business clients:
- Business Entity & Nonprofit Formation & Operations
- Business General Counsel Services
- Limited Liability Companies
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Business Transitions
- Commercial Finance
- Contract, Lease Review & Drafting
- Risk Management
- Insurance Law
- Municipal General Counsel Services
- Employment Law
- Mechanic’s Liens
- Bond Claims
Don’t hesitate to call us so we can advise you in a timely manner and suggest your next steps. Our team has the knowledge needed to ensure you're making the right decisions to benefit and grow your business.
Why Choose Us to Help Your Business?
Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A. has more than three decades of experience helping our clients protect their interests and obtain optimal results. So, you can rest assured that we are more than just your typical small business attorney. When it comes to business law, our team is capable of helping clients at every stage of their business, from formation and organization through daily operations to succession planning.
We also go above and beyond to provide clients with convenience throughout the legal process with the knowledge that business-related issues are often anything but convenient. When you call our firm, we strive to ensure that you'll be directly connected to a lawyer who can offer the personalized guidance you deserve.
Help grow your business today by calling our New England business lawyers at (603) 742-5222. We can help you plan for long-term success.
Business Law FAQ
When do I have to register my business?
It’s never too early to register your business—in fact, you may want to register as soon as you have an idea of what you want your business to look like. A business lawyer can assist you with correctly registering your business with the state and federal governments so you can rest assured knowing you have taken the first steps put your business on the right track.
How do I protect my business ideas?
If you're running your own business, it's understandable that you want to do everything you can to protect it, including preventing others from stealing your ideas. One way you can protect your interests is by creating non-disclosure or non-compete agreements to ensure confidentiality among your employees and others associated with your business.
Why do I need to hire a business lawyer?
There are many things to consider when you have a business, and failing to fill out paperwork or review your contracts is a mistake that can cost you. A business lawyer can reduce your chances of encountering lawsuits and other penalties. Being proactive now with the help of a legal professional can save you a lot of time, stress, and money in the future.