Whether you are the founder of a startup or a leader in an established closely held business, partnerships matter. Your relationship with an experienced business attorney is critical to your success.
Your attorney should take your business’ goals and priorities to heart, treating them with the same care, dedication and attention that you do. After all, if your attorney doesn’t take your business as seriously as you do, how can you trust that they are doing everything they can to help you succeed?
Led by Zana Tomich, Dalton & Tomich’s team of business attorneys will take your business seriously. We will make the time to understand your situation and your needs. For more information on our services for businesses like yours, visit dtbusinesslaw.com or click any of the links below.
Our business law and employment legal services include:
We guarantee you will never need to wait and wonder when we’ll provide the answers you’ve requested. We vow to return all calls and emails within one business day or sooner. We respect that your time is valuable too.
To help us establish the foundation for a mutually beneficial partnership, we offer the opportunity for new prospective clients to schedule a listening session with Zana. This 30-minute conversation gives us the information we need to develop a clear plan to address the problems that brought you to us and help your business achieve its goals. We provide that plan to you within 48 hours of the listening session.
Please schedule a listening session or contact us by phone or email to take the first step.
Our entire suite of legal services for businesses includes:
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.Speak With an Attorney
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.
Every project is different, but we know that in business, time is a valuable commodity. Let us know your timetable, and we will do everything in our power to meet any deadlines you may have. In situations that require a long-term solution, we will give you regular checkpoints and communicate with you every step of the way.
We usually start with an introductory meeting to learn more about you and what makes your company tick. If there is a workplace involved, we would like to visit it and learn as much about your organization as possible before we begin the project. We will start with an informational meeting, and then send you drafts by email for review and comments to ensure the key parties understand the content. Once we have finalized a document, we can either meet to execute documents or circulate them for signature electronically. We would tailor the process to your needs and expectations.
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.
Dalton & Tomich’s expertise and experience helped us through a very difficult legal journey, ultimately achieving a favorable outcome. Their personal interest in helping us went “above and beyond” just the call of duty.
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