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Office Location

  • North Palm Beach Office


    11911 U.S. Highway One,
    Suite 303,
    North Palm Beach, Florida 33408

North Palm Beach Business Attorneys Plan Important Transactions and Collect Defaulted Debts

Helping you handle your corporate matters in South Florida

If you are a business owner, you should have a business attorney to help you with a broad range of business-related issues that could impact your operations. Without general counsel to advise you, one can get both themselves and their business into trouble in many ways. For example, an owner of a nursing company recently sent us a proposed contract to review. While the contract itself was very fair overall, it contained a provision that stated any disputes would be handled according to the laws of California and the venue would only be in California. That means, if a dispute arose between the parties, the Florida business owner would have to retain counsel in California and fight the dispute in California courts using California law. Potentially, this could have been disastrous. We, of course, made changes to that provision so any disputes would be handled locally, under Florida and even in the county where the dispute arose.

It is important to have an established relationship with an attorney who understands your business. Not only will you have someone on your side assisting you with disputes or problems you are facing, but they can also develop ways to minimize or avoid risk to your business as well. Your lawyer can assist you with contracts, subpoenas, garnishments, and non-compete agreements among many other facets of running a business. By having general counsel, you can avoid having to reach out to an unknown attorney AFTER a problem has emerged. Quite possibly, that problem could have been avoided in the first instance. If your general counsel knows your business, he or she will know what questions to ask, and in some instances, even be familiar with your employees to quickly address the situation, thus possibly avoiding significant disruption or impacts on the business. Having served our community and our clients for close to thirty (30) years, we can assist you in navigating simple or complex legal issues by a quick phone call or conference. In the end, it can save you a tremendous amount of time, money, and aggravation.

Experienced lawyers advise on formation of businesses in Florida

Our firm gives clear and concise counsel on business formations with a view to choosing the optimal type of organizational structure. It is often wise, no matter the size of a new company, to organize as a limited liability company (LLC), which can shield its owners from personal liability while offering flexibility in management and avoiding double taxation. We can advise you as to which form of business organization will best suit your needs and create the organic documents, operating agreements and other materials necessary to start and maintain business activity.

Thorough counsel orchestrate contracts with clients’ needs in focus

We are well-versed in drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts for all types of business transactions. These include purchase and sales agreements, employment, services, shareholders', non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, loan contracts and promissory notes. No matter the type of contract, we make sure all essential terms are covered, that your rights are fully protected and that enforcement is not hampered by ambiguities.

Efficient collection attorneys pursue unpaid debts for businesses in South Florida

Whatever type of business you are in, you know the importance of being able to collect quickly and efficiently on accounts receivable. Customers or clients who neglect or refuse to pay on time can be a drag on your bottom line. We are fully familiar with federal and state laws regulating debt collection and use compliant methods that are effective in rectifying delinquent accounts and preserving the business relationship whenever possible.

Respected advocates represent large and small businesses in commercial litigation

No matter how careful you are in your business dealings, you can still become embroiled in litigation. Some of the most common disputes include:

  • Breach of contract — Whether you need help enforcing a contract, seeking damages or defending against allegations of breach, we will work energetically to protect your interests.
  • Dissatisfied customers — We represent businesses charged with violations of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, which permits the plaintiff to recover treble damages.
  • Employment disputes —Discrimination and sexual harassment claims and allegations of violation of non-compete and confidentiality agreements are among the employment matters that we handle for our business clients.
  • Inter-business disputes — We represents business clients in cases involving unfair competition, commercial disparagement, theft of trade secrets and other complex issues.

In these types of disputes and others, we will marshal our wealth of experience, effective legal strategies and impressive record in the courtroom in your support.

Contact a skilled South Florida business lawyer for a free consultation

Romaguera Law Group has the skill and professionalism to address your business’s legal needs. Call us at 561-472-1077 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation at our offices in North Palm Beach, Florida. Se habla espanol.