What Makes Us DifferentBUSINESS LAW
We are entrepreneurs just like you who understand what it takes to start a business, grow a business, and turn that business into a venture that improves the world forever.
Business Lawyer Mesa AZ
Successful businesses start with a clear foundation and structure. HPS Law Group helps startups and entrepreneurs who need legal and business guidance in setting up, protecting, and financing their company.
We help you set up a clear foundation at an affordable price right from the start. Our flat fee legal structure helps you know and budget appropriately your legal fees.
We are one of the few firms whose Attorney’s have startups of their own. Our Attorneys have sat on your side of the table so we understand where you are coming from. From Launch to Exit we will be your trusted advisor at every stage of your company.
– Business Formation & Management (LLC, Corp, Non-Profitts)
– Operating Agreements, Bylaws
– Purchase/Subscription Agreements
– 83(b) Tax Election & Filing Instructions
– Regulatory Licensing & Compliance
– Corporate Resolutions
– Employer Identification Number
– Non-Profit Formations and Compliance
– Drafting and Negotiating Contracts
– Employment Agreements and Policies
– Outside or General Counsel Services
“I can’t believe it took us this long to make a change. So happy that we did. Numbers don’t lie.”
HPS Law Group’s Client
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