When it comes to smart, accessible legal counsel for small businesses, many companies look to The Business Law Group. Why? For starters, they’re a small business themselves so they’re familiar with the ins and outs, ups and downs, and frequent questions faced by entrepreneurs.
Owner and lawyer, Andrew Longcore, explains, “We get to know who are clients are and where they want their business to be in a year, in 5 years, and in 10 years. Together we work with them to put the right processes in place to make those things happen as well as help resolve any issues that come up along the way. This allows our clients to do what they do best and not waste time getting a law degree off the internet.”
The Business Law Group isn’t your traditional law firm – and for small business owners, that’s a good thing. They may be small but because they focus on only on business law, they’re able to provide the same comprehensive service as a much larger firm, but with a great deal of flexibility and focus on their clients. This makes them appealing, affordable, and unique.
Longcore elaborates, “There are no fancy cars, crisp $2000 suits and big buildings with our name on the side. We try to work within our client’s budget for what they need and we avoid charging by the hour as much as possible.”
Employees of The Business Law Group are deeply involved in the community. “We are always connecting with other people, businesses and groups that are centers of influence in West Michigan. We want West Michigan to be a better place to live and work for everyone,” states Longcore. That’s why The Business Law Group is proudly affiliated with Local First, USGBC West Michigan, ACG West Michigan, SCORE Grand Rapids, American Bar Association, West Michigan Sports Commission, Start Garden, State Bar of Michigan, and Pure Michigan Business Connect.
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