Business Law Attorney
Entity Formation | Contracts | Mergers and Acquisitions
Helping our clients achieve their goals
Practice Area Overview
As a California based business law firm, we focus on helping our small and medium business clients with a variety of matters including entity formation, contracts, real estate transactions, sale of businesses, trademarks and domain names, and general business disputes.
Get the help you need from a business law attorney
We offer legal advice on a variety of business law topics
The attorneys at the Law Office of Scott Schumacher help our clients with a variety of business law issues including entity formation, contracts, real estate transactions, Intellectual Property, and general business disputes. Our primary focus is on providing service and advice to small and medium size businesses in Orange County and throughout California. Whether you are considering forming a business, acquiring property, executing a lease, or are developing sales contracts for your products or services, we have an attorney that can help you to achieve your business goals.
We help our clients form corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships.
Compliance and Governance
Our practice focuses on corporate compliance, with a focus on Internet privacy, data retention, and security.
Contracts and Disputes
We believe that a good contract is one that will help eliminate future disputes, so we strive to help our clients negotiate a strong contract from the beginning of the business relationship. However, in the event that disputes arise, our firm helps our clients with negotiations, mediation and litigation of business disputes between partners, owners, and customers.
The CARES Act was passed in response to the COVID-19 epidemic. Your small business may be eligible for a small business loan to help maintain your employee headcount and pay your real estate lease. In many cases the CARES Act loan is eligible for loan forgiveness for some or all of the loan amount. Contact us to find out more about this program and to see if you are eligible. See this article: Can the CARES Act Help My Small Business for additional details.