Mehlman Law Group provides practical advice and representation in the area of  Business Law.  Our focus is on small businesses, starting with the choice of the form of the business entity, whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or limited  liability company.  The form of legal entity can have significant consequences, particularly in the area of protecting owners from personal liability. 

Small businesses frequently encounter contracts, sales, commercial paper, business agreements, and legal issues arising in managing the business.  Operating issues may include employee and independent contractor considerations, vendor matters, customer disputes, and debt collection.  There may also come a time when the business is sold, or dissolved.

Mehlman Law Group can help you with all business transactions and disputes, including:

Our goals are to facilitate transactions so as not to become roadblocks or impediments to your business and to advise you fully of your legal risks that we attempt to minimize.  We seek to resolve disputes, but are prepared to represent you aggressively and effectively if a fair resolution is not possible.

For all of your business needs, call us for an appointment at 925-935-3575.

We serve the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Mehlman Law Group is centrally located in Walnut Creek, on the border with Concord, in Contra Costa County, California. Our office is easily accessible with ample free parking.

Our Walnut Creek Office

Mehlman Law Group
3050 Citrus Circle, Suite 203
Walnut Creek, CA 94598

(925) 935-3575
(925) 935-1789 fax

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