How To Find A Small Business Attorney in Pennsylvania?

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When establishing a small business, you want to ensure you are working with a knowledgeable, experienced and trustworthy small business attorney to help guide and advise you through the process of establishing and maintaining your business.

You want to ultimately choose someone you feel comfortable with and who understands your business goals. Good communication and a strong working relationship are essential for a successful attorney-client partnership.

When looking for a small business attorney, consider first seeking recommendations from friends, family and other business owners who can provide valuable insight and help you find an attorney with a proven track record.

Utilize online directories specifically designed for attorney searches, such as websites like Avvo and FindLaw, that allow you to search for attorneys based on location and practice area. You can conduct a general search on popular search engines like Google or Bing. Use keywords such as “small business attorney Pennsylvania” or “business lawyer near me” to find attorneys in your area. Remember to explore their websites, read reviews, and assess their experience.

You can also contact the local bar associations in Pennsylvania, such as the Pennsylvania Bar Association or county-specific bar associations. They often have referral services that can connect you with attorneys specializing in small business law.

At Bononi & Company we have knowledgeable attorneys on staff who can help you establish your small business and help ensure many years of success to come! Schedule a consultation today!


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