Small Business Legal Services

If you own a small business, at some point you will find yourself dealing with legal issues that you’re not familiar with. At that point, you will need a lawyer. Maybe you need someone to review a contract, resolve a dispute with a vendor or a customer, or get sound legal advice on a potential lawsuit. These are every day realities that small businesses like yourself face.

We understand- because we are a small business ourselves. We understand what it takes to start and grow a business. We are here to listen to your concerns and help you face any legal issues or problems that you may encounter. Oftentimes, new business owners don’t want to hire an attorney because they’re concerned about the cost but what they don’t realize is that it is far more cost-effective to protect yourself before you run into serious legal problems. So before you experience any legal stumbling blocks, it would be prudent for you to have a lawyer who understands you and your business so that you can focus on what you do best- running your business.

Here are some of the services we offer small business owners:


Choosing the right entity for your new business is important to your success. Your choice affects your ability to protect your personal assets from business creditors, your ability to allocate profit and authority among owners and also has tax consequences for the business and its owners.

We will help you decide what is best for you by understanding your business, your goals and what is important to you.


There may be times in your business when you feel like you’re just pouring money down the drain to keep your head above water. The key to survival is often to take action immediately in order to turn things around before the situation is out of control. As a full-service debt relief law firm, we have successfully helped thousands of small business owners in obtaining relief from debts that put a heavy burden on the business. Whenever feasible, we can help eliminate debt by negotiating for large reductions without the need for filing bankruptcy. On average, we settle unsecured debts for 20-60% of the original amount resulting in significant savings to our clients.

In our practice, we see a lot of business owners who have used their personal credit to fund their business. When these personal debt obligations become overwhelming, they not only affect the profitability of the business but hey can cause financial trouble at home as well.

The big banks and lenders have their own attorneys. If you are ever sued for a debt, you will have to face attorneys representing the creditor. If you are not represented by a lawyer, you are at a tremendous disadvantage.

Our clients are assured the highest level of confidentiality when they retain us as their counsel. We have earned a reputation for effectively dealing with most major creditors/collection agencies and can negotiate significant discounts on behalf of our clients.

Here are the tremendous benefits that our debt negotiation services can provide:

Improved cash flow by reducing debt; more money to use for your current business operations

Relief from stress and embarrassment of creditor collection activities

Resolve problem debts before they become lawsuits

More time to run your business instead of dealing with creditors and their lawyers


The IRS has enormous legal powers to collect past due taxes. It has the power to seize everything you own including bank accounts, your home and your wages. If your business owes back taxes, your tax debt will also continue to grow as the IRS piles on interests and penalties making it even more difficult for you to catch up.

Unpaid payroll taxes are often the worse and can cause you to lose your business and your freedom. If you don’t act quickly to deal with business tax audits, unpaid payroll taxes and business tax problems, it may just be a matter of time before you are forced to shut down your business.

Unpaid payroll taxes can also lead to the IRS imposing personal liability on you if the IRS deems you as the person responsible for turning over payroll taxes to the IRS (This is called the “Trust Fund Recovery Penalty”).

We can help resolve IRS problems to help you protect your business. We know that you need working capital and cash flow to keep your business running. Call us immediately so we can deal directly with the IRS and advise you on viable options for tax resolution.

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As you run your small business, you will from business relationships with vendors, customers, landlords and a host of others. A lot of small business owners will sometimes close the deal on a handshake rather than memorializing their agreement with a written contract. While this works for all parties involved especially when you’ve been working together for a long time, such informalities can expose your business to risks and litigation. We can help protect your business from such risks.

As your small business lawyer, we will review and revise your existing agreements to ensure that they are well-documented and that they protect your interests. If necessary, we will revise contracts presented to you by third parties for signature to make sure that your business is adequately protected.


A variety of legal issues may come up on a daily business when running your business. We are here to provide you with peace of mind knowing that all your legal concerns are handled appropriately. Allow us to help you prepare your business for GROWTH and SUCCESS!

Call us NOW at (888) 256-8581 so that we can discuss whatever legal needs your business may have.

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RJB Law Offices Inc.
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25000 Avenue Stanford,
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Valencia, CA 91355
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