A Step Above The Competition
As a small business owner there’s a lot on your plate every single day trying to stay ahead of the competition. From health law compliance, business licenses, permits and other legal hoops you must jump through. Let a Claremore small business attorney handle the legal aspects of running a business while you handle make your business standout from the competition.
Starting a Business?
If you’re looking to start a business in Rogers County, Oklahoma then a Claremore small business attorney can help get you on sound legal ground for when you open your doors. Every county has different licenses and permits requirements to do business. We can help make sure you have the right ones for your specific line of work at the city, county and state level.
The state of Oklahoma requires certain businesses to register their business name with the Secretary of State’s office and Oklahoma Tax Commission. That’s where our team can help make sure your business name does not conflict with any others on file in Oklahoma City. Are you unsure if you’re a sole proprietor, or should you be an LLC, or are you large enough to incorporate your business?
Our team can sit down with you and listen to your specific situation to help determine which business structure would work out best. It’s easy to find a site on-line to give you generic forms to start a business. But we’re here to provide guidance with specific knowledge of how business works in Oklahoma, specifically in Rogers County.
Small Business Services
Here’s just a quick look at the types of small business services we provide:
- Sole Proprietor Start ups
- LLC, Articles of Organization
- Partnership Agreements
- Trade Name and Fictitious Name Filings
- Labor Issues
- Permits and Licenses
- Internet Only Business
Confidential Consultation: Claremore Small Business Attorney
Contact a Claremore small business lawyer for a free initial consultation about your specific situation by simply calling the Claremore attorney at (918) 213-0950. Or, you can enter your legal question or concern in the form at the top right of this page, and a Rogers County small business attorney will promptly email or call you.