Business & Civil Law

At the office of Scribner Law, PC, our mission is to provide creative solutions to complex civil and commercial problems for small and large businesses alike. We have brought together a diverse team of professional attorneys with broad-ranging experience in corporate law to provide our clients with the very best legal counsel. Our areas of expertise include but are not limited to:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Document Preparation and Analysis
  • Litigation/Arbitration
  • Personal Representation
  • Corporate Organization
  • Real Estate Disputes
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Small Business Advice
In today’s complex business environment, you need a qualified and experienced legal team with a thorough knowledge of the complexities of civil law in your corner. Whatever your needs you count on us to provide best-in-class legal services.

Business Law

Our team of lawyers works to develop professional relationships that last for years. We help you maintain the profitability of your business through our expert legal services. All of our clients needs are tailored to the nature of their business, providing solutions that don’t just work,but work specifically for your company. Our firm specializes in this niche field of law and can handle a wide range of services including:

  • Informed advice on choosing the right entity. (Corporation, LLC, Partnership, etc.)
  • Informed advice when making important company decisions.
  • Strategic planning services.
  • Support during negotiations and contract disputes.
  • Business planning solutions, from conception to completion.
  • Representation during mergers and acquisitions.
  • Ongoing legal guidance to protect your business’s bottom line.

What Does Business Law Typically Entail?

Business law is what happens when someone wants to start a new business, such as setting up an LLC. They may need help while they’re running it, perhaps with debt collection, entering into a new contract or ending the business, whether because there are problems with the partners or it’s just not going well.

What Are The Common Types Of Business Law Cases That You Handle?

We represent problems with owners or partners not getting along for reasons stemming from growing pains of the company to the opposite. Often the perceptions of one owner turn out to be different from the others; sometimes one gets greedy or involved in a divorce or has credit difficulty and starts making very poor decisions. The other set of problems come in dealing with lenders and creditors, especially when things are not going well in a company, which is where I can help with those issues. We also represent several companies that deal with real estate transactions, so we’re involved in drafting and reviewing real estate contracts, checking for clean title on properties, and even working with cities and counties for zoning approvals.

Sometimes we represent expanding business owners to help set up new companies: we get them the federal ID numbers and the necessary filings with the state. We have considerable experience with reviewing funding propositions to minimize getting scammed; we also draft building and farm leases. Of course, many businesses fail, and we’ve aided the resolution of many dissolution’s, both in and out of court.

How Are Most Business Conflicts Or Disputes Resolved?

Depending on the animosity and whether it’s a creditor or a partner, it’s my goal to try to get these conflicts resolved without having to go to court. Sometimes it can’t be avoided, but the vast majority of cases, we’re able to resolve short of court.

Who Do You Typically Take On As Clients?

Who Do You Typically Take On As Clients?

We represent some clients with high net worth, and we’re often involved in real estate subdivision development, which requires a great deal of capital. But the bread and butter clients for business are small businesses, with the questions and issues all small businesses deal with every day, from the beginning to the end and everything in between. It can be as broad as a company wanting to buy a new property or obtaining an agreement between the partners to buy insurance, as well as dealing with creditors, lenders or just helping them set up loans. That’s the bread and butter for us.