The business decisions that are made on a daily basis can make the difference of whether a company succeeds or fails. When legal issues arise, it is always wise to seek counsel immediately. Londrigan Potter Randle P.C. specializes in business transactions and litigation and offers expert legal advice regarding business matters.
Londrigan Potter Randle is located in Springfield, Illinois and helps clients with their various business law needs. Our services range from forming a business, defending it when necessary and dissolving the company if the time comes. We also have extensive experience in representing cases involving commercial credit, such as leasing, start-up funding, operating loans, collection disputes, stock sales, mortgages and assignments. Contact our law firm at 866.658.3248 to speak with one of our knowledgeable attorneys.
Wide range of legal services
Londrigan Potter Randleprovides a wide range of transactional services for businesses. We can assist you with the buying and selling of a business by drafting the necessary documents, agreements and filings for the sale of stock and assets. Also, we work with mergers and due diligence investigations.
If you are a starting a new business, LPR can help you in the formation of the company. Our Illinois business transactions attorneys will be able to advise you on the type of business entity that would best fit your company. We frequently form the following types of business entities for our clients:
- Partnerships — Our business transactions lawyers will draft your partnership agreement as well as assist you with any financing and acquisition agreements. In addition, we ensure that all appropriate government filings are made.
- Corporations — We have formed for-profit and non-profit corporations in almost all of the Midwestern states and in the state of Delaware. Our corporate attorneys will help you with all major aspects of setting up the corporation, including the initial articles of incorporation, by-laws, stock issues, shareholder agreements, financing and tax elections. If your company is located in Illinois, we can get your business incorporated in less than 8 hours.
- Limited liability companies — There are many different documents associated with a limited liability company, such as the article or certificate of formation, operating agreement and resolutions. We will verify that your limited liability company is properly set up and will file the necessary formation paperwork.
Our law firm gives legal counsel even after your business has been formed. We commonly advise our clients on issues relating to employees, unions, collections, purchases, leases, stock issuance, shareholder agreements, annual or special meetings of directors or shareholders, corporate minutes and finances.