Put Your Business On Solid Ground
Building and maintaining a business is hard work. Not only does it require bringing a great idea to market, but doing so with a robust legal framework that can survive the inevitable challenges that are sure to arise. Many promising enterprises fail because of poor legal planning.
At Theresa Johnson Law, PLLC, we want your business to thrive far into the future. We have helped many clients navigate different stages of business development, and we are happy to do so for you as well. Our clients come from throughout Hennepin County and the surrounding areas. Let us help you protect your investment and prepare for long-term success.
How We Can Help You
Our goal is to ensure that your business is prepared for any unforeseen circumstances that could threaten its viability. We offer trusted legal advice on a variety of topics, including:
- Business formation
- Employment agreements
- Non-compete agreements
- Buying or selling a business
- Transferring control of a family business
If you are not able to come to our office, we will come to you. Our founding attorney, Theresa Johnson, is happy to meet with you at your place of business, your home or wherever is most convenient.
Every business transaction needs to stand up to scrutiny. With prior experience in the business world, Attorney Theresa Johnson knows what can happen when contracts and other official documents are not drafted properly.
We pride ourselves in offering high-quality legal counsel to the communities in greater Minnesota. No one should have to travel all the way to a big city just to obtain trusted legal advice. At our firm, you don’t have to.
Start Protecting Your Business Today
The sooner your business has a solid legal foundation, the sooner it will be ready for a long and prosperous future. Whatever your business law concern, we are available to help you overcome it. Contact our legal team through our online contact form or by phone: 763-634-1468.
Theresa Johnson Law, PLLC, represents individuals and businesses from throughout western Hennepin County, as well as communities in Anoka, Sherburne, Wright, Carver and Scott counties.