Business Law

Big Solutions for All Business Sizes

Our team provides business owners with hands on knowledge and experience in business law matters.

We have earned our reputation as a highly responsive and effective legal counsel by offering competitive pricing and personalized services to meet our clients’ needs throughout the life of their business. We represent a range of business entities and take the time to learn about each of our client’s services or products to make sure that they have the legal tools available to them to confidently operate their business.

If you are thinking about starting a business, you probably have a lot of questions. We encourage you to contact us so that we can discuss what steps you should take and how Dillon & Sullivan, Attorneys at Law can advise you in your new venture.

We have considerable experience with representing business owners with the following types of matters:

  • LLC and Corporate Formation
  • Operating Agreements and By-Laws
  • Corporate Maintenance
  • Business Agreements and Contract Review
  • Employment Contracts
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Acquisition Agreements
  • Business Dissolution

Smooth business operations are much easier to achieve when you take the steps to establish a solid foundation for your business to build on. Having the right business agreements and the right team to advise you throughout the life of your business gives the owners peace of mind to focus on the important aspects of growing and operating.

Proven Experience

Hear From Our Clients

Sean advised and assisted me on creating several llc entities and provided best practices as a real estate investor and landlord. He was especially helpful with shaping the bigger picture of real estate investing yet still provided granular insight into often overlooked tasks such as evictions. Sean is an exceptional landlord attorney.

– Jonathan C.

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