Coralville, Iowa Business Law Attorneys
Trusted business allies
Whether you are planning to start or are expanding your business in Iowa, an experienced and knowledgeable business law attorney can help expedite the process and ensure your success. Dell A. Richard assists individuals and businesses of all sizes with:
- Commercial and civil litigation
- Business formation and device
- Due diligence
- Financial investment counseling
- Contract review and development
- Contractual disputes
- Buy-sell agreements
- Shareholder disputes
With more than 35 years of industry experience, Dell A. Richard is well prepared to handle business legal issues of any size or complexity. If litigation becomes necessary, the firm’s attorneys work tirelessly to defend your rights in court and provide the best possible results for your case.
Realizing your business dreams
One focus of our firm is helping clients start their own businesses. Dell A. Richard reviews your business plans and advises on issues involved in business formation and maintenance, including potential liability, corporate entity formation and tax structures. Once your business has been established, we continue to help it grow by advising you on insurance coverage, investment strategies and corporate compliance issues. We also look after your best interests by finding strategies to limit your personal liability and improve your bottom line.
Helping business owners move forward
Dell A. Richard works closely with business owners to ensure businesses run smoothly. We often negotiate and draft contracts and buy-sell agreements, assist with corporate compliance measures and tax filing, and represent businesses in shareholder disputes and commercial litigation cases. Our attorneys are seasoned negotiators and litigators, and know how to best represent your financial interests to successfully resolve your issues in the boardroom or the courtroom.
Corporations and Business What needs to be done:
Consultation regarding choice of entity among sole proprietorship, partnership, limited partnership, limited liability company, subchapter-S corporation, subchapter-C corporation.
Formation of entity chosen.
Agreements regarding ownership, lifetime transfer and death transfer of interest in entities.
Buying and selling new businesses and assets.
Tax elections and filings. Organizational minutes, documentation and annual maintenance of the entity.
Business contracts, commercial leases, etc.
What it usually costs:
Basic business entity setup – $500 to $1,000.
Buy-Sell Agreements – add $300 to $500.
Simple business purchase or sale – will usually cost less than $1,000.00.
Annual legal fee maintenance – around $100.
Other business representations – call for fee estimate.