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Middle Market and Small Businesses

The middle market and small business attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC recognize that every business’ needs, circumstances and goals are different. Our first priority in working with enterprises like yours is to gain a thorough understanding of the unique situation in which you operate. Only then can we effectively collaborate with you to develop a legal solution that will truly meet your business’ needs. Areas of special expertise include serving the legal needs of restaurants and food trucks and creative services businesses such as public relations agencies, design studios, marketing firms and others

Our legal support for small businesses and other established enterprises includes defense against lawsuits, as well as doing everything possible to protect you from litigation in the first place. If you are sued by a customer, an employee or another party, we will collaborate with you to plan out a litigation strategy that emphasizes the unique needs of your business. Depending on the situation, we will vigorously defend or prosecute your case while also seeking and evaluating other options to resolve the conflict.

Dalton & Tomich, PLC attorneys offer much more than just litigation legal support for small businesses. We’ll help you make smart decisions now to prevent problems down the road. We have extensive experience in:

  • Amending Governing Documents, Including Bylaws and Operating Agreements
  • Contract Drafting or Review to Prevent Contract Disputes
  • Employment Issues
  • Acquiring a Company or Selling Your Own
  • Tax Issues
  • Estate Planning for Your Business
  • Litigation

We can help you meet your goals.

The attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC have the experience and the knowledge to work with you to develop a legal solution that helps you accomplish your goals.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

After the last recession, lessors required lessees to sign a guaranty, personal or otherwise as a mandatory provision to a new leasehold. Making sure the terms of the lease are understood is key, especially the default terms and the terms of the guaranty. In addition, make sure the zoning is correct to allow the use you desire to operate.

Typically yes, but it depends on what the Articles and Bylaws actually state and the parameters of the state law they are incorporated in.

Yes. While we have the expertise to handle the great majority of business matters, we have an extensive network of trusted professionals for your highly specialized matters.

Give us a call or an email and we will schedule a meeting. We can either come to you, or we would be pleased to host you in our offices in the Chrysler House in Downtown Detroit.

The answer depends on the type of business that you are running and what you desire to protect at the outset of your business. In general, we believe that articles of incorporation, bylaws and a tax identification number should be secured by the startup business.

We can work with your company to determine a flat fee arrangement that will allow you to budget for legal fees throughout the year, while still providing you attentive service and the legal needs you require.

We understand that it can be a frustrating process to determine the costs and all the other factors that go into the important choice of what attorney to hire for your business. We will work with you to take the frustration out of this process, taking the time to understand your needs so we can help you determine your budget and the scope of services that will give you the best value for your money. We enjoy working with clients to formulate cost-effective and creative solutions so you can make the right choice for your company. We offer flat fee arrangements that are appropriate for some clients looking to manage cash flow without surprise bills.