Texas Business Attorney Provides Effective Legal Guidance
Austin law firm finds creative solutions to corporate concerns
Running a business is difficult, and legal details can rob you of the resources you need to thrive. At Karolyn A. Knaack, P.C. in Austin, I have served as general counsel for a diverse group of Texas companies for more than 15 years, providing high-level advice and advocacy in a wide range of corporate law matters. Whether you need advice on establishing a corporate structure or drafting a commercial contract, I can advise you of the relevant legal and financial issues. With both a JD and an MBA, I provide business clients with a distinct advantage: I am able to address their concerns with a depth of knowledge. If your Texas firm needs seasoned counsel, you can trust me to provide the professionalism and service that your business deserves.
Accomplished lawyer assists with contract review and development
Forming favorable contracts is an essential component of any successful operation. My firm assists clients with each aspect of contract preparation and performance, including:
- Drafting — When clients need a contract, I take a detailed approach to their needs and collaborate with them on a document that meets their objectives and clearly outlines each party’s obligations.
- Negotiation — With my varied legal and business experience, I understand the importance of each contract term. My firm focuses on achieving and executing deals that benefit and protect the companies I represent.
Whether you are just starting the agreement process or need assistance with a contract that was executed years ago, I can analyze your situation during a free initial consultation.
Diligent counselor protects business owners with buy-sell agreements
No business leader can anticipate every situation, but it’s essential for every business to have a plan in place in the event that an owner or partner leaves the organization unexpectedly. My firm works with yours to establish clear terms in comprehensive buy-sell agreements to ensure that your company’s ownership shares are accounted for should a sudden change occur due to a death, illness or any other situation. These agreements avert costly disputes and provide security for current and potential stakeholders.
Contact a skilled Austin business attorney for a free initial consultation
Karolyn A. Knaack, P.C. advises Texas companies on a wide range of business law matters, including employment and contract concerns. Please call 512-643-1849 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation at my Austin office.