Business Law Representation That Will Fight for You Every Step of the Way

Rapid City Business Law Attorney

We Can Protect Your Company

attorney‚ÄčIn today’s connected society, the business world continues to expand at an amazing pace. Managing all the tasks including everyday operations and future planning, while meeting the legal requirements to run any business and complying with all the legal regulations can be difficult, to say the least.

The business attorneys at Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg, LLP, have substantial insight into banking law, experience in business financing, and understanding of other business transactions. Our firm provides business clients guidance in determining whether to operate as a closely held business, limited liability company, partnership, or corporation.

A Trusted Business Partner Serving Pennington County

At Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg, LLP, we have the experience in business law to help you protect yourself and your company. Regardless of the size and type of business you have, whether a start-up firm, an established firm, a small business, or a large corporation, our professional business attorneys have the experience in business law that is crucial to your success. We can be the partner you need to protect your interests and ensure a profitable future.

Our experienced attorneys can:

  • Create business entities such as LLC, LLP, partnerships, and corporations
  • Negotiate sales and purchases of businesses of all types and sizes
  • Draft contracts including leases, covenants, apartments, rental agreements, water wells, and easements
  • Buy or sell homes
  • Structure loans and handle complex business transactions
  • Aid clients in formulating business plans
  • Help dissolve companies
  • Resolve outstanding contract disputes

Business Law FAQ:

There are a variety of ways that a business lawyer can help take the guesswork out of forming, running and establishing your own business. Our lawyers answer some commonly asked questions regarding business law:

Do you need a lawyer to draw up a lease?

Whether you are writing a lease for a commercial property or an apartment you want to rent out, having a professional business lawyer help draft the lease can ensure you and your business are protected. Leases often include a lot of jargon or "legalese" that help cover all your bases and protect not only your revenue but also your property. While you are not required to have an attorney draft your lease, you can save yourself a lot of pain in the long-run by hiring one to draft a lease specific to your needs.

What do contract attorneys do?

In general, contract lawyers help draft and revise contracts on behalf of individuals and businesses. Their chief goal is to protect your interests and ensure that any contract is binding and also complies with any laws governing that particular contract.

Contact Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg, LLP!

When business disputes arise over contracts, financing, and improper business conduct, our attorneys have the extensive litigation experience to get issues resolved in favor of our clients. Our experience and professionalism in business law is your advantage.

Call Whiting Hagg Hagg Dorsey & Hagg, LLP, at (605) 519-6136 to consult with a trusted business lawyer today.

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  • Each Case Is Handled With Individual Concern & Care
  • Bilingual Staff Available to Serve Spanish-Speaking Clients
  • Cases Handled at State, National & International Levels
  • Over 150 Years of Combined Experience
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