When your small business faces a legal problem, you need answers, quickly and affordably. You want to have the confidence of knowing you can trust your attorney. Guided by the principles of honesty and professionalism, AttorneyBritt - Gary L. Britt, CPA, J.D. is committed to helping you find solutions you can count on. AttorneyBritt builds trusted relationships with our clients based on integrity and quality service at a reasonable cost.
Every small business owner has unique needs and concerns. The business attorneys at AttorneyBritt will take the time to understand your business, and work hard to meet your individual objectives. The business lawyers at AttorneyBritt will always search for the most cost-effective solution to your legal concerns. Many times, we are able to resolve business conflicts through negotiation. However, when litigation is necessary, we will aggressively represent your interests in the courtroom. The business lawyers at AttorneyBritt will help you lessen the negative experience that is litigation.
Your time is valuable and the bottom line is important. We will work hard to find the quickest, most effective solution to your legal needs. By emphasizing competency and results, we strive to form lasting relationships with our small business clients. Protecting your company's best interests is our main priority. Personal attention and direct communication is the cornerstone of our approach.
If you are a small business owner in Central Texas, count on us to be your dedicated legal team. For high quality professional business law representation from a dual professional attorney and CPA, without the high hourly rates of a large law firm, call or text (512) 481-2886 or Email Us to discuss your needs or schedule a consultation.
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The business attorneys at AttorneyBritt help businesses and business owners form their LLCs, corporations, and partnerships; draft their operating, shareholder, and partnership agreements; manage, structure, and govern their business contracts and business transactions; write and review their business purchase and sale agreements; protect their assets; prosecute and defend their lawsuits; do their estate planning; draft their wills; and successfully transfer their wealth to future generations.
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