General corporate law deals with the formation and various operations of corporations.

A seasoned corporate attorney from our law firm can help ensure your corporation adheres to various state laws and policies.

Establishing and growing a business has been a part of the American Dream since the United States was founded. It allows people to provide for themselves and their families as well as offer services to their communities. If business owners, shareholders and other influential people involved with the mechanics of a business decide to register a business as a corporation, it assumes a more prominent legal status.

Business corporations can be a for-profit or non-profit businesses registered or incorporated in adherence to a state’s corporate laws. When businesses become corporations, they often seek the guidance and counsel of seasoned corporate lawyers who can help them legally traverse the various policies and procedures pertaining to corporate law. Trust the corporate attorneys at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant, L.L.P. to assist you with your corporation’s legal matters.

 

What Is An Incorporated Business Under Corporate Law?

When a business becomes registered or incorporated in adherence to a state’s corporate laws, it becomes a non-living entity in the eyes of the law that has rights and responsibilities separate from its employees and shareholders. This being the case, a corporation is an entity that can sue or be sued, enter into contracts with other individuals, be taxed and perform various tasks apart from shareholders. Additionally, a corporation assumes perpetual life until it is legally dissolved. Even if key people within the corporation die or leave the company, the structure of the corporation will not have to be modified.

“When a business becomes registered or incorporated in adherence to a state’s corporate laws, it becomes a non-living entity . . . that has rights and responsibilities separate from its employees and shareholders.”

There are many issues that can arise with a corporation’s multiple dealings, and only an experienced corporate lawyer can help key people within corporations carry out their duties and responsibilities in accordance to corporate law.

 

Depend On Our Corporate Lawyers for Counsel and Guidance

Since 1985, the corporate attorneys at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant have been providing general corporate law services to business entities all across North Texas. We are highly trained and experienced in ensuring the legality of matters including, but not limited to:

  • Corporation formation
  • Joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions
  • Licensing arrangements
  • Vendor agreements
  • Human resources management

While we can help ensure a corporation acts in accordance to state corporate law, our corporate attorneys are also adept at facilitating conflict resolutions whenever disputes arise between:

  • Managers and shareholders
  • Shareholders and other shareholders
  • Shareholders and corporations’ other constituencies

 

Contact Our Lawyers for Corporate Law Issues Today

Our corporate lawyers’ reputations and commitment to integrity and thoroughness make Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant one of your strongest allies when it comes to dealing with issues pertaining to general corporate law. Call us at (940) 387-3518, or contact us here to discover how we can help you.