Entrepreneurs, professionals and executives have unique needs in their professional and personal lives. The legal team at Zolton Law has years of experience helping people just like you protect your business, your real estate, and your livelihood. Whether it’s to form or dissolve a partnership, corporation or LLC, or to develop a contract or dispute one – we are here to provide solutions.
Real Estate – We understand real estate transactions and the litigation that can arise from them. Whether you have title issues, association disagreements or simply need help with purchase agreements, we will provide the answers you seek.
Corporations and LLC’s – If you are forming of dissolving a corporation, partnership, or LLC, Zolton can help you quickly. We handle both for-profit and not-for-profit entities and can help you sort through the options and details required in the structure and protection of your business.
Collections – Whether finance is your primary business or you focus on delivering goods and services, having a dependable resource that understands creditor’s rights for collections work can be essential to your ongoing profitability and success. We are skilled and determined to protect your right to be paid for the value you have created.
Contracts – Parties entering into a contractual agreement should take steps to ensure that their contract is legally sound. However, even the most solid contract is not foolproof. When initiating a new contract or if involved in a contract dispute, you should take steps to ensure that your individual interests are being protected and that disputes can be resolved effectively and efficiently. Call us for a free consultation.
General Dispute Resolution - The financial stakes are often high for parties involved in a dispute. It is important to work with an attorney who thoroughly understands and is experienced in these matters. Keeping your financial interests in mind, we will work to resolve your dispute out of court. However, we are prepared to aggressively represent your interests in court if other dispute resolution options are not effective