Dallas business attorney Mark Nacol says “Before signing a contract, read through it carefully. Have an attorney review the contract. Make certain that you know what obligations are stated and/or implied. If you are uncertain as to your duties and you sign the contract, you may be liable for a future unintentional breach of the contract”.
When you turn to our firm for legal help with crucial business transactions, a wealth of experience gives your attorney an edge in preparing sound transaction documents crafted to protect your best interests and avert future conflicts and liability. Watch this video by Dallas Business attorney Mark Nacol , discussing legal protection for a Texas Business
General partnerships are common when two aspiring entrepreneurs orally decide to start a business and proceed without proper guidance from a lawyer. Read more on the blog by Dallas business attorney, Julian Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm PC.
Starting up a new Dallas business or forming a new Dallas entity doesn’t have to be complicated but it needs to be done in a smart way. The key in structuring the new entity in which you will do business is to “Effectively win your lawsuit before it is filed against you.” Read more on setting up a new business in Dallas, with advice from Dallas Business attorney Mark Nacol