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Starting, maintaining and growing a business, corporation, limited liability company (LLC), nonprofit organization or other business entity can be a complex endeavor. A skilled business lawyer can identify potential issues and deal with matters if they arise, such as a breach of contract or disputes requiring business litigation.

The Virginia and Washington D.C. attorney's at McClanahan Powers handle a wide range of business law issues. Whether you are interested in starting a business, growing a business, or enforcing your legal rights McClanahan Powers is here to assist small or large for profit and non-profit businesses.

McClanahan Powers, PLLC, a business law and intellectual property firm located in Fairfax County, Virginia, represents clients in a variety of legal matters, including:
Whether you are looking to start up a business, dissolve a business or at any phase in between, the highly skilled attorneys of McClanahan Powers will provide innovative solutions and effective strategies to suit your needs.

Virginia Business Startup Attorneys

When forming a business, it is easy to overlook legal factors during the formation and planning stages that may impact the future of your business. Mistakes in your financial documents, operating agreements, bylaws or other documents can adversely affect your company's future and legal liability.

The Fairfax County business law lawyers at McClanahan Powers will thoroughly review your business plans to identify and advise on potential issues. The Attorneys at McClanahan Powers have a strong foundation in business, intellectual property and commercial law, and are fully prepared to counsel nonprofit and for-profit businesses of any size.

To see if you qualify for a free initial consultation, contact McClanahan Powers by e-mail or at 703-520-1326. All calls and e-mails are returned within 24 business hours.

Skilled Representation From Washington, D.C., Business Formation Lawyers

When forming a business, it is easy to overlook legal factors during the formation and planning stages that may impact the future of your business. Small flaws in your financial documents, operating agreements, bylaws or other documents can adversely affect your company's future and legal liability.

The Fairfax County business law lawyers at McClanahan Powers will thoroughly review your business plans to identify and advise on potential issues. The attorneys at McClanahan Powers have a strong foundation in business, intellectual property and commercial law, and are fully prepared to counsel nonprofit and for-profit businesses of any size.

Contact McClanahan Powers to see if you qualify for a free Initial Consultation

To receive world-class service for your business law matter, call the attorneys at McClanahan Powers at 703-520-1326. Or, to send an e-mail, please complete and submit the online form on this website. Flexible appointment times and payment options are available.