Dibble & Miller, P.C. advises its clients on the selection of the appropriate form of business enterprise from sole proprietorships to partnerships, limited liability partnerships and companies, to corporations.  The firm deals with regulatory agencies, records trade and corporate names, and obtains clearances.  Our services include drafting and negotiating the arrangements and agreements which are part and parcel of the operation of a business, such as leases, purchase and sale agreements, employment agreements, acquisition, development and protection of intellectual property, licensing and distribution, and protection from liability.  At Dibble & Miller, P.C., the emphasis is on the substance of the client’s unique plans and needs, rather than the simple selection of a mode of operation or form of agreement that might appear at first take to conform to “standard practice.”  Whether it is the beginning of a business venture, the continuing operation of the business, the reorganization of a business, the realignment of the interests and participation of the parties, or the ending of a business or business relationship, it is Dibble & Miller’s goal to provide our clients with a thorough understanding of the factors and risks involved in business transactions, and to assist our clients in accomplishing the client’s goals effectively and expeditiously.

Our clients are individuals and small businesses to whom we provide a full range of services for the organization, management, and operation of their businesses within the parameters of legal requirements and generally accepted business practices. (Version GA02a)

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