Law Firm Announces New Complimentary Legal Services for Businesses

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In an effort to help new businesses, and as a way of giving back to its communities, Castle Law Group, PC announced today that it had begun providing business related legal services at no charge to entrepreneurs and small businesses.

Castle Law Group announced today that it would be expanding its pro bono program of offering legal services to entrepreneurs and small businesses at no cost. Castle recently began a new business law program called “Boost for Business” that offers complimentary legal services to new companies.

“Castle has had a very successful corporate practice, and we decided to give back to the business community in a tangible way that can make a real difference - we essentially wanted to give new businesses a boost,” the law firm’s media director, Carly Vaughn, stated.    

Under the Boost for Business program, Castle Law helps entrepreneurs start new businesses with a well-planned solid foundation. The firm advises new companies on proper business and financial planning, entity formation, intellectual property protection, partner and shareholder considerations, as well as a myriad of other often overlooked areas of business formation.

“Most corporate lawyers will tell you that a shocking number of new companies collapse soon after they start, not because they weren’t great business ideas, but because the founders failed to properly plan, organize and establish their business.”

In fact, many new business owners admit that their failure to properly organize and establish their company was rooted in a fear that it would be too expensive to hire an attorney.

“To help new businesses, and to eliminate the fear surrounding engaging a lawyer, Castle Law Group decided to waive its fees associated with business formation," Ms. Vaughn continued.

If you’re interested in taking advantage of Castle’s Boost for Business program, call or email today - (800) 568-6838 or info(at)castlefirm(dot)com. Castle Law Group, PC has offices in Tennessee, Texas, Nevada and Washington, D.C.

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