Commercial Law Attorneys
in Hopkinsville, Kentucky
The Hopkinsville, Kentucky Business and Commercial law firm of Hicks & Demps have experience in many areas of business law. We handle the formation of several types of business entities. The Law Office Hicks & Demps also offers business and commercial law services such as preparation of contracts and agreements, sale and purchase of businesses, assisting with financing and funding for business operations, and dissolution of a business.
The form of business entity chosen for a business can affect everything about it. Our Business and Commercial law firm advises clients in the formation and business planning, for example, in deciding whether we want to operate as a closely held business, limited liability company, partnership, or corporation. Whether you choose a Sole Proprietorship, a Limited Liability Company, a Subchapter S Corporation, or another form of business entity, we can help you make the right decision for your business. You may contact us at any time for further information, professional business and commercial law advice, or an initial consultation.
The Hopkinsville, Kentucky Business and Commercial law firm of Hicks & Demps can help you with the following procedures and transactions, and more:
Set up your business
Protect your business
Protect personal assets
Choose the form of business
LLC / limited liability company
Sales and purchases
Contracts and agreements
Dissolution of a business
The Business and Commercial law firm of Hicks & Demps provides additional representation in business and commercial matters involving services such as preparation of contracts and agreements, sales and purchases of businesses, assisting with financing and funding for business operations, and dissolution of a business.
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Contact us at the Law Office of Hicks & Demps in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, if you are in need of skilled, knowledgeable, and experienced business law representation. We are also an excellent resource for experienced legal advice on forming, incorporating, managing, and protecting your business and personal assets.
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