Burlington Business Lawyers

Burlington Business Lawyers

As a business owner, you need to always be able to focus on running your business and keeping it profitable; you shouldn’t have to spend your time worrying about the legal details that running a business often entails. When you hire Martin & Hillyer for your business law needs, you will have a team of lawyers on your side who will help take care of those legal details so that you can place your attention where it belongs: on running and growing your business.

Robert Martin and Emma O'Donnell both focus on corporate and commercial law and they have the experience necessary to take care of all your corporate legal needs, including incorporations, shareholder and partnership agreements, contracts, and business transactions. By contacting us today, we will help provide you with the peace of mind you need to keep your business running smoothly.

Our firm has been a fixture of the downtown Burlington business community for over 40 years. Robert Martin is the immediate past chair of the Burlington Downtown Business Association and David Hayward is the current chair. Our strong roots in our local business community help us to understand and address the unique needs and challenges faced by local small business owners in the Burlington and greater Halton regions.


Legal disputes are not only expensive, but they can also threaten the very survival of your business, by distracting you from actually being able to focus on running your business.

What We Can Do For Your Business

What We Can Do For Your Business

From the day you set up your business you will want a corporate law lawyer working for you. Our firm covers a broad range of corporate and commercial legal matters. We can, for example, help you incorporate your business in such a way that takes into account your own business goals.

As your business continues to grow, we will also be there for you every step of the way. We can help draft business contracts that can help your business run smoothly and we can assist with ensuring that major business transactions are handled in full compliance with the law. Likewise, we will help draft partnership and shareholder agreements, both of which will provide you, your business partners, and your shareholders with clarity and stability going forward.

We are also here to help with all general corporate and commercial legal matters. Whenever you have a question or concern about the legal implications of a new business decision, we can provide advice that could prove invaluable to the future of your business.

Avoid Problems down the Road with Expert Advice Today

  • Having a local Burlington business lawyer on your side has the benefit of not only ensuring that your business is in full compliance with the law, but that you avoid disputes or unwanted situations arising as a result of poor legal advice. By having a dedicated team of corporate law lawyers behind you from the beginning, you can help prevent disputes from arising in the future.

  • We have been serving businesses in Burlington, Oakville, Milton, and throughout the Halton Region for over 40 years. By contacting Martin & Hillyer today we can put our experience and knowledge to use so that your business continues to run smoothly.

 

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Burlington, ON L7R 1A3


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Burlington, ON L7R 1A3

     

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