A Trusted Plymouth, MI Business Law Attorney Specializing in SE Michigan Business Formation, Business Litigation and More
At Aldrich Legal Services, our attorneys offer comprehensive business law services for business owners, shareholders, employers and other individuals throughout the region.
We have built a strong reputation in Plymouth, Michigan, and the surrounding area for providing high-quality legal representation and client service.
When legal matters threaten your ability to run your business successfully, our dedicated lawyers and staff can provide you with the practical corporate and legal guidance you need.
Experienced Representation Ready to Work for You and Your Business
No case is too complex for our experienced business law attorneys. We can help if you or your business is dealing with:
- Business formation issues, including entity formation for corporations, limited liability companies, nonprofit organizations and churches, charitable or other tax-exempt organizations.
- Business disputes and litigation involving co-owners, shareholders, members, employees or breaches of contract.
- Insurance claims or disputes.
- Contract negotiations and review.
- Real estate matters, including transactions and litigation.
We also provide legal assistance to medical marijuana business owners.
Our founding attorney, Brad Aldrich, has logged more than 25 years practicing law in the region, protecting the rights of consumers and businesses. With thousands of cases under his belt, he understands how important it is for clients like you to resolve legal matters quickly and cost-effectively.
Starting A New Business in Michigan? We Can Help
Aldrich Legal Services lawyers serve clients throughout southeast Michigan who are interested in starting businesses. Our attorneys and staff can assist you with all of the complex legal work while you focus getting your business up and running.
Providing You with the Business Representation You Need
Unfortunately, the business formation process is not easy. Business laws in Michigan are quite complex. You will need to tend to issues of business formation, business licensing, establishing buy/sell agreements, negotiating ownership or shareholder agreements, securing financing and renting or purchasing commercial space.
One of the reasons why our Plymouth and Ann Arbor law firm is successful and why business owners put their faith in us is because of the attentiveness we provide to every client. We will work to meet your unique needs and give you the best chance of success. We will help you no matter which type of business entity you intend to form, including a:
- Limited liability company (LLC)
- Nonprofit organization
- Religious organization or church
- Charitable entity
Our law firm has experience working with several nonprofit organizations to help them make sense of the complex legal requirements that they must meet.
With more than 20 years of legal and small-business ownership experience here in Southeast Michigan, founding attorney Brad Aldrich is familiar with all of the issues you may face. He will use his knowledge of business and real estate law and risk management to help you avoid any potential pitfalls.
Litigating Business Law Matters Throughout Michigan
If you are a business owner facing litigation, obtaining the right legal representation is essential. At Aldrich Legal Services, you will work with an attorney who has the extensive litigation experience necessary to help you reach an effective resolution that protects your interests.
From our law firm in Plymouth, Michigan, we represent business owners throughout Wayne County and the surrounding region who need help with:
- Breach of contract litigation
- Shareholder disputes
- Partnership disputes
- Ownership disputes
- Membership disputes
- Real estate litigation and lease negotiations
- Employment litigation
We Have Litigated Thousands of Cases
Many business litigation matters center on complex financial agreements. As a full-service law firm, we are familiar with other areas of the law, such as real estate and construction law, which can come into play. No matter is too complex for our lawyers and staff.
Our founder, Brad Aldrich, has litigated thousands of cases throughout his more than 25 years of practicing law. If litigation is necessary, he can put his trial experience to work for you. He also has the knowledge you need to resolve disputes without litigation. This is just one of the many ways that Aldrich Legal Services builds relationships with clients for life.
As a small business owner, you have enough on your plate without having to worry about complex litigation in today's litigious environment. Our attorneys can give you much-needed peace of mind while you focus on growing your company.
Need Help Setting Up a Medical Marijuana Business?
For too long, Michigan medical marijuana laws have been mired in gray areas that are legal quicksand to patients and caregivers. Recent law changes have cleared up the situation. Large-scale farming, edible marijuana products and commercial dispensaries will transform the marijuana scene.
If you wish to get involved in the medical marijuana business, you will need to form a business entity. Business entity formation will legally separate your personal assets from your business assets and will enable you to do business with other companies.
At Aldrich legal Services we have more than 25 years of experience advising and planning new businesses. Our lawyers specialize in business formation, real estate transactions and civil litigation. We stay up to date on the local and state laws affecting medical marijuana.
Skilled Michigan Lawyers for Marijuana Business Owners
The Michigan medical marijuana law is far from perfect, especially because it fails to address the business side of the law. The new law provides a regulatory structure for medical marijuana and sets up a five-tiered system consisting of licensed medical marijuana providers for different parts of the distribution chain. Licenses are sold to organizations labeled growers, processors, safety compliance facilities, provisioning centers (dispensaries) and secure transporters.
The ability to obtain a license will depend on local authorities. Cities such as Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Detroit have taken a more relaxed approach to marijuana dispensaries. Known under the law as "provisioning centers," dispensaries have so far lived an uneasy existence. Some cities have taken more relaxed views to dispensaries. Detroit, for example, had an estimated 148 dispensaries before the city passed a regulatory ordinance.
Staying current on law is essential as the legal landscape changes. The new law affords an opportunity to profit from medical marijuana, and Aldrich Legal Services is committed to helping clients do business the right way.
Few law firms in southeast Michigan are better equipped to represent your business in high-stakes litigation. Contact Aldrich Legal Services online or call us at (734) 404-3000 to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer who is dedicated to protecting your interests.