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Business Law

Small Business Services
Contract Drafting, Negotiating, Litigating
Employment Agreements
Formation Documents
Community Association Matters
Property Management Solutions

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Our commitment to client success begins with a deep understanding of each client’s specific needs, whether the client is an individual or a small business.

At PG Law, we provide personalized, cost-effective legal services to clients seeking help with contract issues, litigation matters, commercial leasing, and other matters.

We represent dynamic, growth-oriented businesses, and provide a special focus on representing restoration contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers and working with homeowner association issues.

Our approach is to achieve the best result in the quickest, most cost-effective manner whether that involves initiating action to protect our client’s rights or defending those rights.

We practice law with the interests of our clients at the forefront and strive for that personal touch that is often missing in the law.

We become a resource partner and provide value-added services to the clients who work with our firm. This is evidenced by our multiple fee options that make hiring an attorney affordable for most budgets.

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We serve clients by providing legal services such as:

• contract drafting, negotiating and litigating
• drafting employment agreements
• drafting and enforcing non-disclosure agreements
• commercial leases
• employee handbooks; and business formation documents.

We assist homeowner associations in handling every aspect of community association management and welcome small associations who are self-managed.

Our experience leads us to place a special emphasis on acting as legal counsel and advisor for restoration contractors and working with homeowner association issues.

We prepare restoration construction policy and procedure manuals, employee handbooks, customer contracts, subcontractor agreements and other forms; assist with collection matters and Mechanic’s liens (either asserting or defending).

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