Tempe, Arizona is named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece in 1879. According to the U. S. Census Bureau of 2010, 161,719 people currently reside there. Arizona State University calls Tempe home and on New Year’s Eve every year Tempe hosts the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Block Party. Tempe also hosts the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl and Super Bowl XXX was played at the Sun Devil Stadium. Tempe also houses many great performance venues including Gammage Auditorium and the Tempe Center for the Arts.
Additionally, Tempe has an array of shopping, restaurants and outdoor activities. Every November Tempe is home to the annual Ironman Triathlon. Mill Avenue’s shopping and entertainment attracts tourists and students. Tempe Town Lake offers fishing, boating, and all sorts of water activities. Papago and South Mountain Parks offer hiking, biking (mountain and road), and rock climbing. Tempe has expanded as a center of education and commerce in its own right.
How Can You and Your Business Profit From an Attorney?
A business attorney is an integral element to having a productive and well organized business. The key is to be proactive instead of reactive. A business attorney guides you through nearly every facet of your business from the planning stages, to implementation, reorganization and even dissolution (if needed). To keep proactive and therefore ahead of potential problems, your attorney will ensure strict adherence to incorporation laws, zoning laws, contract liability issues, drafting contracts, negotiating contracts, protecting shareholder/manager interests and any other issue that your particular circumstances call for. Being proactive protects your business against lawsuits. Once a complaint is filed, damage has already occurred and much more money is spent on getting out of the damage than if you were to consult an attorney in advance.
Choosing an Attorney for Your Business Needs:
Getting bounced around from attorney to attorney is not a desirable position to be in, that is why qualifying your attorney on the onset of the relationship is so important. Asking the right questions like, how much experience do you have in situations like mine, what areas of law do you foresee overlapping with this type of organization, and are any of those areas outside of your practice’s focus? Many attorneys today specialize in just one or two areas of law. While hiring a specialist is quite appealing in some areas, it is difficult in business law because your needs will expand over the course of your career – in short, it is more than a one-time deal.
Hiring an experienced attorney places you at an automatic advantage. Because of their experience, they have had the time and opportunity to become an authority in the area of business law. Therefore, many of the “qualifiers” will already be present and you as the client can be more confident in your attorney’s ability. Platt & Westby, P.C. has been in business for 40 years and is proud to have successfully served thousands of business professionals over the years. Platt & Westby, P.C. is a boutique firm that perfects strategies based on the individual client’s goals. We invite you to schedule a free and confidential appointment to discuss your future plans and let us be a part of your success: 602-277-4441.
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