Business Law Southwest

Strategic Business Planning that Makes Business Sense:
Business Lawyers Protecting Businesses in the Southwest

Partnership agreements. Operating agreements. Non-compete clauses. When you are starting a new business you have many concerns and it is easy to forget to create agreements to cover these issues. After the fact, having these agreements can protect you and failing to have these agreements can cost you tens of thousands of dollars. When you need strategic business planning in Albuquerque, Phoenix, Dallas or anywhere else in the Southwest, the business lawyers at Business Law Southwest, LLC can help.


Strategic Business Planning for your Company

More than just a team of lawyers, we are committed to learning your business inside and out. Whether we are working with you during the commercial litigation process or overseeing contract negotiations, we can help you ask the tough questions that need to be answered, like:

  • - What restrictions are there to offering ownership interests to investors?
  • - Is my position protected if other shareholders sell their shares?
  • - If the business fails, am I personally responsible for the debts?
  • - Can other owners remove me from the business?

These are all questions that a business attorney at Business Law Southwest, LLC can help you answer. When you have questions about the important details, contact our team of business lawyers today.


Partnership Agreement Attorneys Working for You

When you want business law that makes business sense, Business Law Southwest, LLC can help. Above all, we place the needs of our clients first; we will work with you throughout the legal process to help you make the best decisions to protect you and your business. Whether or not you are embroiled in commercial litigation, our business knowledge will be put to work for you in the best interests of your company. Business Law Southwest, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is licensed to serve Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Call 505-848-8581 today to schedule your free strategic business planning session with an experienced business lawyer.


Business Law Southwest is a proud member of LawPact

lawpact logo and linkLawPact is an international association and network of independent business law firms. It currently has more than 55 member firms in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Business Law Southwest’s membership in LawPact allows us access to business law professionals around the world without the costs and expenses of being an international law firm. It allows you, the client, the same access. A company’s business often crosses state or international lines, even though the company is here in New Mexico. Our relationship with other LawPact members allows us to provide you with quality legal services virtually wherever your business needs are. LawPact members are available to each other whenever legal questions involving another jurisdiction’s law arise. Additionally, the vast cumulative experience and knowledge of LawPact members means that the answer to almost any complex business law problem is often only a phone call or e-mail away. If you need to set up a business in Mexico, LawPact allows us to help you do that. If you need to collect a judgment in India, LawPact allows us to help you do that. If you want to export your products overseas, LawPact allows us to help you do that. If a deceased loved one’s estate is outside of New Mexico, LawPact allows us to help you probate the estate. If you need to sue a vendor in another state, LawPact allows us to help you do that. LawPact truly allows you, the client, access to a local Albuquerque business law firm with global reach.