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Operating Agreements To Stand The Test Of Time And Court Scrutiny

Limited liability companies (LLCs) use operating agreements to define a business’s operating rules, provisions and financial functions. An operating agreement will determine how members’ decisions are made to run an LLC. When disputes arise, an LLC without an operating agreement will be subjected to and governed by Texas statutes and case law. In the event of a lawsuit, an operating agreement serves to protect a business and the members involved from having to prove they are separate from the business.

[nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-1″], provides businesses peace of mind in developing their operating agreements. Attorney George Murr also provides carefully crafted:

  • Corporate bylaws
  • Partnership agreements
  • Contracts

Avoiding costly litigation is at the heart of these and other documents. Speak with a knowledgeable business law attorney for assistance with creating or reviewing your existing business documents.

Decades Of Experience Developing Operating Agreements

Many businesses make the mistake of trying to utilize simplistic online forms for drafting their operating agreements. This method can lead to significant errors and costly litigation. Attorney Murr draws from decades of experience assisting businesses throughout the greater Houston area. His clients value the breadth of his knowledge, his concise communication and proactive business solutions. He is able to anticipate a business’s legal needs and safeguard their best interests with thorough legal documents that will stand the test of time.

Contact An Attorney With Superior Training And Vast Knowledge

Operating agreements serve to protect your bottom line with multiple benefits. Attorney Murr understands the full scope of Texas business law. He is the attorney to call for your business law matters. Contact [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-1″], in Houston. Call [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-CT-NUMBER-1″] or send the firm an email.