Business Law

Responsive solutions for startups, small businesses and established companies

Nantz Law is committed to knowing you & your business. By gaining a deeper understanding of how your business runs, we are able to help prevent small issues into becoming big ones.

Business Legal Services

No two businesses are alike, and no single due diligence strategy can satisfy every buyer, seller, or lender. We tailor our processes and results to the direct needs of our client.

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Legal Services for Businesses

Business Formation

Business Formation

When you start your own venture, the very first thing that needs to be decided is the formation of the business, whether it will be an LLC, LLP, LP, S-Corp or a C-Corp.

Find out which of business formations are right for your business goals, liabilities, and taxation.

Employment Agreements

Employment Agreements

Employment relationships in any reputable organization or business are always a contractual one, which comes in many forms.

It is important to hire a corporate lawyer, who understands the law and offer legal guidance on numerous issues such as:

Negotiation of Commercial and Corporate Transactions

Negotiation of Commercial and Corporate Transactions

Business transactions are pivotal to any firm’s operations.

Nantz Law's experienced business attorneys manage each and every type of commercial and corporate transaction, such as: mergers and acquisitions, contract development and review, trademark registrations, and protecting the business you’ve built.

Business Agreements

Business Agreements

Business contracts or agreements are one of the most common reasons why organizations and businesses hire business lawyers. These agreements are legally binding documents between two parties.

Common agreements include – Nondisclosure agreements, noncompete agreements, licensing documents, property or other asset purchases, stock purchases, PPMs, and corporate governance.

Disputes

Business Disputes

It is not uncommon for businesses to need a corporate lawyer, who can offer legal counsel on business disputes along with pre-litigation counsel.

Start-Up Consultations

Start-Up Consultations

The freedom of a startup is exhilarating. Being your own boss, making an impact on the world, and sharing your industry ideas with others drives you to bring your startup from an idea to a reality.

Nantz Law's has years of experience working with startups and entrepreneurs, we are able to offer you the right advice and customized services to make sure that nothing stands in your way.

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Business FAQs

Nantz Law’s corporate attorneys based in Rock Hill and Charleston provide comprehensive legal counsel to inventors, entrepreneurs, professionals, and early-stage businesses in South Carolina. Their services encompass various aspects of business organizations and formations, including expert guidance on entity selection, taxation considerations, capitalization and ownership structures, buy-sell agreements, and trademark registrations and protection. With their extensive experience, they assist clients in forming the most suitable business entities such as limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations (S-Corp and C-Corp), limited and general partnerships, joint ventures, and non-profit corporations.

The main business organization forms include sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited partnerships, corporations, and limited liability companies (LLCs). Each form has its own advantages and considerations, and the choice depends on factors such as the business’s ownership structure, operational needs, and tax implications.

When choosing a business organization form, business owners should consider three key factors. First, they should assess the liability protection provided by each form to safeguard their personal assets. Second, they should evaluate the business asset protection offered by the specific entity. Finally, they should analyze the management structure of the business organization to ensure it aligns with their needs and preferences.

At Nantz Law, we understand the critical role that well-drafted and negotiated business contracts play in the success of businesses in South Carolina, including Rock Hill and Charleston. Our corporate attorneys have extensive experience in developing and drafting business contracts across various industries. We recognize that every business has unique needs and objectives, and we tailor our services accordingly. By leveraging our expertise, we ensure that our clients’ rights and interests are protected within the framework of solid and enforceable business contracts.

Mergers and Acquisitions is one of the firm’s greatest strengths and has been a central focus since its establishment over ten years ago. The firm’s attorneys handle multiple business acquisitions on average each month. They possess expertise in navigating complex legal and financial issues that arise during mergers and acquisitions, providing counsel throughout the entire process of transferring businesses or their assets from sellers to buyers.

The three main concerns for business owners are limited liability, business asset protection, and management structure. Business owners want to ensure that they are not personally liable for the company’s debts (except in cases of personal misconduct or guarantees). They also seek to protect their business assets from individual creditors. Lastly, the management structure of the chosen business organization form should align with the owners’ needs and accommodate both active and passive ownership.

Generally, businesses should be organized and domiciled in the state where their principal operations will be conducted. For most businesses operating in South Carolina, it is appropriate to organize the business in the home state. However, there are instances where selecting a foreign state may be necessary due to more favorable business organization rules. In cases involving operations in multiple states, the company may need to obtain authorization to transact business in each state where it operates.

Attorney Trey Nantz Managing Partner Nantz Law Firm
Carolyn Suhocki, Charleston Attorney at Nantz Law Firm

Experienced Business Counsel

Meet Your Business Attorneys

With experience ranging from entrepreneurs and startups to larger businesses and corporations, our corporate lawyers offer their extensive knowledge and expertise for our clients.

Learn more about managing attorney Trey Nantz and attorney Carolyn Suhocki.