Business Law Attorney
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Kimberly H. Ashbach, Esq.
Montgomery County Business Formation Attorney
Going into business for yourself is both challenging is exciting. It is also a time of great uncertainty. The business form that you choose, and the way that you structure your company, affects not only the business, but may impact you and your family as well. No two businesses are alike, and an experienced attorney can help you take the right steps to creating a company that can succeed in today’s environment.
My name is Kimberly H. Ashbach, Esq., and I help entrepreneurs set up a solid foundation for the newly formed business to succeed. If you are like most entrepreneurs, you have a great idea for a business, but you are unsure of what the law requires when setting up the company. My goal is to help demystify the legal process and get your business up and running as efficiently and smoothly as possible.
To arrange a consultation with an experienced Montgomery County business formation lawyer, please call 267.468.0613 or contact my Ambler law firm online. I serve clients in the Philadelphia metro area and throughout eastern Pennsylvania.
Thinking About the Whole Picture
It is important to think about your business as a whole, including the impact it has on other people and the community. I offer comprehensive guidance and advice on all aspects of starting a business, such as:
- What it means to hire employees
- Registering with the state for tax purposes
- Business insurance needs
- What happens when a part owner passes away (business succession)
Once those concerns are addressed, I can draft article of incorporation, bylaws, shareholder’s agreements, partnership agreements, employment agreements and any other documents that your company needs to begin operations.
Choosing the Right Business Form
In Pennsylvania, there is a wide variety of business entities to choose from. When you visit my office, I can explain the benefits and drawbacks of each of these different forms:
- Limited liability company (LLC)
- Professional corporation (PC)
- General partnership
Montgomery County Business Litigation Attorney
Need help with business law?
To learn more about my business law practice and how I can help you in your situation, contact me directly at my Ambler, Pennsylvania, law offices today.
When businesses face legal disputes, there is much on the line for everyone involved. Day-to-day operations may be interrupted and the business itself could be put at risk. To help you get through a difficult legal dispute it is essential to have an experienced business litigation lawyer on your side.
My name is Kimberly H. Ashbach, Esq., and with more than 25 years of legal experience, I know that the stakes are high in business litigation. That is why I offer comprehensive, cost-conscious representation to businesses across the region. My goal is to handle the legal aspects of the case so that you can focus on running your business.
To arrange a consultation with an experienced Montgomery County business litigation lawyer, please call 267.468.0613 or contact my Ambler law firm online. I serve clients in the Philadelphia metro area and throughout eastern Pennsylvania.
Handling a Wide Variety of Business Disputes
At my law firm, you will find the kind of efficient, innovative representation you need when facing a serious legal challenge. I handle a broad range of business and commercial litigation, including:
- Real estate and construction disputes
- Breach of contract litigation
- Issues with vendors and suppliers
- Business dissolution
- Shareholder disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Litigation involving subcontractors and consulting companies
Effective In and Out of the Courtroom
My firm has the skill and resources needed to handle even the most contentious cases. Over the years, I have found that many disputes can be resolved through negotiation, without the need for a costly court battle. When you visit my office, we will discuss your situation and explore whether negotiating could be an option. If it is not, I will not hesitate to take your case to court to protect your company’s interests.
Ambler Commercial Litigation Lawyer
Montgomery County Employee Handbook Attorney
Ambler Human Resources Compliance Lawyer
It is essential for companies of all sizes to establish personnel policies and practices that are in line with state and federal employment laws. Everything from writing job descriptions to hiring and pay practices should be carefully thought out to avoid legal problems.
My name is Kimberly H. Ashbach, Esq., and I help businesses take the steps necessary to comply with complex employment and human resource laws. With nearly 20 years of experience helping both employers and workers, I know the importance of a well-defined employment relationship. I am ready to help you set up your business for success and to avoid legal disputes.
To arrange a consultation with an experienced Montgomery County employment handbook lawyer, please call 267.468.0613 or contact my Ambler law firm online. I serve clients in the Philadelphia metro area and throughout eastern Pennsylvania.
Comprehensive Advice on Hiring and Human Resources Compliance
Many employers do not have adequate forms related to hiring, firing and investigations. Forms can make the difference between winning and losing a potential lawsuit, so it is important for your company to cover all the bases. I am available to draft or review documents such as:
- Employment handbooks
- HR policies
- Proper questions to ask in interviews
- Drug testing procedures
- Employment applications
- Job descriptions
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) procedures
Securing the Future of Your Business
When thinking about the future of your company, you should always consider the possibility that at some point you may be involved in a lawsuit filed by a current or former employee. With that in mind, I am ready to help you protect your business by:
- Establishing document retention policies
- Establishing record keeping practices
- Properly classifying employees and exempt or nonexempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)