Whether you are forming a new business or are operating an existing entity, decisions with legal consequences await you at every turn. You know you have options, but it might not be clear which choices will put your company in the strongest position next month or next year. Our lawyers have the legal experience and business insight to help you protect your business’s future and advise you before you make business decisions.
Effective Legal Counsel For New Businesses
For more than 30 years, Thompson Vollono & Donovan has been serving the Plainville, Bristol and Greater Hartford area. Our lawyers have more than 100 years of experience between the three of them. We understand the issues faced by members of the business community because we are members of this community as well.
We can help clients who are forming a partnership or new corporation select the business entity that best meets their needs. Our lawyers will explain the tax and liability consequences of each option and provide legal guidance based on your specific circumstances. Our objective is to protect your home and your personal assets from business creditors.
We Can Help You Resolve Business Disputes
As lawyers, our job is to help you avoid future legal problems and solve existing conflicts. Our attorneys represent small-business owners in litigation involving contract disputes, mechanic’s liens and collections. We also assist clients with commercial leases and bankruptcy filings.
We diligently protect our clients’ interests. Many of our clients refer their friends and family members to us and we believe that speaks to the quality of service we provide.
Our firm helps clients form new business entities and litigate business disputes. Call our business law attorneys at 860-747-5745 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. The Law Offices of Thompson Vollono & Donovan, LLC, represents clients throughout Central Connecticut. including, Plainville, Bristol, Plymouth, New Britain, Burlington, Newington, Southington, Cheshire, Wolcott, West Hartford, Middletown, Farmington, Avon, Simsbury, and Canton.