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Phoenix Small Business Lawyers

Phoenix Law Firm for Arizona Startups and Small Businesses

Whether you’re running a business or planning to start one up, reliable legal advice and services are critical. At Kadish Associates Law Group, we are uniquely qualified to provide legal guidance to small business owners. We aren’t just business lawyers, but have stood in your shoes. Before entering legal practice, Gene Kadish served for several years as a CEO in a construction industry business. Mark Dillon also has hands-on business experience as the co-owner of a local restaurant chain.  Both attorneys know the challenges you face and the importance of knowledgeable legal guidance. 

Small Business Services

Business Formation

The first step toward building a successful business is creating the business entity that best serves your goals. We’ll work with you to identify the best legal structure for your business, and then handle the formation for you.  We will also draft agreements and other organizational documents necessary to establish the rights and responsibilities of all members, partners, or shareholders, as the case may be, to obtain an Employment ID Number, and to open a bank account. 

Drafting and Review of Contracts

Contracts are an integral part of any business, from customer contracts and agreements with vendors to financing agreements, leases, mortgage contracts, licensing agreements, partnership agreements and more. Careful crafting of these contracts is critical to protecting your interests. Whether you need a contract drafted or another party has provided a proposed contract and you need it reviewed, we’re here to make sure you’re fully protected. 

Employee Management and Contracts

Employment law is complicated and strictly enforced, and failure to comply with either state or federal law can be costly. At the same time, it’s important that you clearly define the employer-employee relationship and protect your intellectual property and other interests. We can help preserve your interests in a compliant manner with a variety of services, including drafting an employee handbook or reviewing your current handbook, drafting non-disclosure agreements, non-competes, and more. 

Commercial Real Estate Transactions

At Kadish Associates Law Group, we have extensive experience with both commercial and residential real estate law. Whether you’re building a facility for your company, renting commercial office space, seeking financing for purchasing real estate, real estate development or construction, ensuring compliance with zoning requirements or need other assistance with business-related real estate matters, we have the skills, knowledge and experience to move your transaction forward smoothly and ensure that your interests are protected. 

Arizona Business Litigation

Our goal is always to create a solid foundation for your business with well-drafted contracts and clear agreements that help you avoid litigation. But, conflicts do arise. Our combination of business and litigation experience allows us to fight for your rights in a wide variety of conflicts, including employment disputes, business collections, breach of contract actions, licensing disputes, real estate disputes and more. 

The Law Firm for All Your Business Needs

When you’re running a business, you can’t afford to be distracted and derailed by misunderstandings, failure to comply with regulations you may not be aware of, a bad contract that leaves you exposed, or avoidable disruptions. When you work with Kadish Associates Law Group, we’ll put our combined skills and knowledge to work to ensure that your contracts are solid, you fully understand your obligations, and you build relationships with vendors, employees, contractors and others that serve your interests. And, of course, when conflicts do arise, we’re prepared to fight for you. 


To learn more, call 480-967-2688 or fill out the contact form on this site. 

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