Massachusetts Business and Corporate Attorneys

If you are contemplating starting a new business, or if you have been in business for years, you know that the complexities of the commercial world often require the services of an experienced business lawyer. From the choice of business form to the handling of contract disputes, from the negotiation of employment agreements to concerns over the legal impact of potential mergers and acquisitions, you need skilled and experienced legal counsel to protect your interests.

At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, we have substantial experience representing individuals and businesses throughout Massachusetts. Contact us for a confidential consultation.

Business Formation

We help the owners of new businesses choose the appropriate business form, whether a C-corporation, an S-corporation, or a limited liability company (LLP). We provide legal counsel on the advantages and disadvantages of all business forms, including partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), joint ventures, or professional corporations. We draft and review all documents necessary to establish a business in compliance with state laws, including articles of organization by-laws and corporate minutes.

Other Business Issues

We also advise existing businesses in the range of legal issues that arise, including

  • Contracts
  • Buy - sell agreements
  • Employment agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Sales and distribution agreements
  • Independent contractor agreements
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Business succession planning
  • Financing
  • Dissolution

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Our Corporate Department can assist clients in the formation of non-profit entities including the preparation of all documents necessary for filing a non-profit organization with the Secretary of the Commonwealth, assisting the Certified Public Account with the preparation and filing of the necessary forms and documents with the Internal Revenue Service in order to obtain non-profit tax status and the preparation of minutes of meetings of Directors and members.

Once an entity is created many issues need to be resolved such as means and methods of fund raising, director or member liability and employee matters. Our attorneys are available to assist in those and all ongoing matters non-profit entities encounters, such as real estate purchases, profit ventures and municipal permitting in order to conduct non-profit activities.

Contact Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP to schedule a confidential consultation.