Business Law in College Station, TX
It's normal to encounter a wide range of legal issues when running a business, and you can deal with these obstacles as quickly and easily as possible with help from a business law practice. At Moon, Scully & Normand, PLLC based in College Station, TX, we have more than 20 years of experience practicing law in this state. We're ready to work on contract disputes, strategic planning, and mergers and acquisitions.
We also do drafting and review of contracts and other business documents, as well as formation of all entity types, including LLC's, Corporations, and Partnerships.
Attentive Legal Service
When you come to us for legal assistance, we'll give your case our full personal attention every step of the way. We'll even hire photographers, investigators, and other specialists whenever needed to benefit your case. We're available for support Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm, and Saturday through Sunday, by appointment.
Moon, Scully & Normand, PLLC is a business law practice that's proud to help companies throughout the State of Texas. We'll travel to you whenever necessary because we know you're busy running your business. Give our office a call today to schedule a free initial consultation.
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