Business Law

The Moore Law Firm provides a variety of business related legal services including LLC formation, Corporation formation, LLP formation, drafting of Articles of Incorporation, LLC Operating Agreement, Shareholders Agreement, Contracts, and Leases.

Limited Liability Company

A Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is a great choice when an individual or individuals decide to start a company and want the protection of a corporation but do not want to be bothered with the formalities and requirements of a corporation. The formation process typically takes 4-6 weeks and typically looks like this (Corporation and LLP formation follows a similar scheme):



The Moore Law Firm can draft and review a variety of contracts. Anytime you need a contract or have a question as to whether a contract is valid and therefore binding, please call the Moore Law Firm and an attorney will assist you in evaluating your options.


A lease agreement is a document that allows a party to lease property from an owner, and while that part is simple, the different components that go into a lease agreement are not! Lease agreements are very complex documents that need to be carefully reviewed by a business attorney to insure that you are not being put into a potentially bad or unfair position. The Moore Law Firm both drafts and reviews leases for clients. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!

LLC Operating Agreements

LLC Operating Agreements designate how the company will be managed, how the profits and losses will be allocated, how debt is dealt with, what happens when someone dies and just about anything else you can imagine can be accounted for and dealt with in an LLC operating agreement. If there are two or more members in the LLC, having an LLC operating agreement in place is critical to avoid disastrous disputes and litigation in the future.

Shareholder Agreements

If you have a corporation with shareholders, you need a shareholder agreement to lay out the terms and conditions for owning, selling, and buying shares in the corporation, this is particularly necessary if you have an S Corporation so that the corporation does not inadvertently lose its S election due to a sale to a 3rd party who cannot be a shareholder.


If you need a demand letter, cease and desist letter, or some other type of correspondence where you want it to come from a legal perspective as drafted by a lawyer, the Moore Law Firm can help you with your situation. Simply call the number at the top of the screen and a lawyer will listen to your problem and then assist you in finding a solution.