South Shore Business Litigation Lawyers
Are you opening a business or considering changes to an existing one? Maybe you are buying commercial or residential property. Business law is not just making deals and there is more to real estate than getting a mortgage. In forming, running and selling a business there are a myriad of legal decisions to be made which can affect everything from your tax liability to your control of how the business runs. In buying a home or commercial property an attorney can help you sort out the complexities zoning, covenants and financing. Our experienced counsel can help you make the right decisions and negotiate the best terms.
Business law encompasses the law governing contracts, sales, commercial paper, agency and employment law, business organizations, and property. Business law may also include issues such as starting, selling, or buying a business, managing a business, dealing with employees, or dealing with contracts, among others. Experienced business owners know that litigation and disputes are time consuming and costly. A well-written contract can be the best insurance money can buy. Having a good lawyer on speed dial is a must.
Aggressive South Shore Breach of Contract Attorneys
Legal disputes between companies are complex and require an experienced attorney who does not shy away from the courtroom. At McGowan & Associates, we are litigators who have successfully tried cases on behalf of our business clients. Money and a company’s future are at stake. You need that level of aggressive advocacy.
If you are involved in a business dispute or need help filing a mechanic’s lien, contact us at 781-261-9977 or toll free at 888-319-7965.
South Shore Business Litigation Attorneys Protecting Clients’ Rights
A contract can be drafted by an attorney with attention to every detail. Following multiple reviews and negotiations, the document is signed. However, the contract is only as effective as the parties willing to honor the obligations. At McGowan & Associates, we ensure enforcement of contracts on behalf of our clients.
Subcontractors who are denied payment by contractors after completing work need a lawyer who will quickly file a mechanic’s lien. We not only enforce the agreement between the construction professionals, but we also enforce and protect the rights of those entitled to their wages. Placing a lie at the Registry of Deeds against pending products puts a blemish on the record of the project owner. Until the dispute is resolved, they will not secure the financing they need.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Massachusetts lawyer regarding construction litigation or a contract dispute between contractors and subcontractors, please contact us.