What We Do

Chicago and Naperville Area Small Business Law

“get going and keep growing”

All small businesses and entrepreneurs experience legal stumbling blocks. It is best to have legal counsel that understands you and your business from the get-go. We help you avoid legal hassles in the first place and are also there when your business does face a roadblock.

Small business and entrepreneurial law is a primary focus of the attorneys at G & G Law. Our lawyers counsel and advise our clients on all aspects of business creation and operations.

First, you need to get going. G & G Law’s lawyers can help in multiple ways:

  • Business plan and strategy
  • Partnership agreement
  • Decide on and form the business organization that will best protect you and your assets
    • LLC
    • Partnership
    • Non-profit
    • Corporation
  • Operating agreement
  • Shareholder agreement
  • Trademarks
  • Non-disclosure Agreements
  • Venture capital contracts
  • Resolve licensing, zoning, and real estate issues
  • Construction contracts

Then, you will want to keep growing. Our lawyers can help with:

  • Employee hiring, contracts, and termination
  • Independent contractor hiring and contracts
  • Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements
  • Business litigation
  • Employee handbooks
  • Policies
  • Contracts with vendors, customers, outside sales, etc.

Check out our Outside General Counsel Package, with pricing information, for Chicagoland small businesses.

When you have achieved success, you will want to manage your wealth and assets and prepare for your future growth. The lawyers at G & G Law can help with this as well.

Whether you are in the “get going” or “keep growing” stage, G & G Law attorneys understand that every entrepreneur and small business owner has unique needs. We will take the time to listen to what your specific needs are. Then, we will provide legal counsel that is personalized and customized to those needs. We will also work with you to create a payment plan that is transparent, fair, and suited to your needs.

Don’t wait until you are in legal trouble to involve a small business attorney in your venture. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.