Business Lawyer Sonoma County

PROUDLY SERVING NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FOR 27 YEARS

At the Law Office of Stephen M. Beckwith, you will find a business law attorney with more than 27 years of legal experience and a legal team with a wealth of real world experience to help you. Mr. Beckwith serves clients in Sonoma County and throughout Northern California. We handle all of the legal details for our clients, making the complex process of running a business simple.

EXPLOREOUR PRACTICE AREAS

At The Law Office of Stephen M. Beckwith, we represent individuals, businesses and property owners in a range of business and landlord-tenant matters that include:

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Collections

We can help you receive what you are owed in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.

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Evictions

Let us help you regain possession of your property without overstepping your legal bounds.

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Corporation Formation

We help with entity choice, organizational agreements, filing with the state and all other aspects of business formation.

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Contracts

Let our firm help you with business contract negotiation as well as drafting and review.

A TEAM YOU CAN COUNT ON

We understand your objectives and needs, because we've run our own businesses.

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STEPHEN M. BECKWITH

Attorney at Law

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Kymm Nicholson

Legal Secretary and Office Administrator

We Speak Your Language

We understand your objections, the issues you face, and the landscape of running a business. When we represent you in your legal matter, we will speak your language so that you can understand your rights and options in order to make informed decisions.

Call 707-526-5454

For Your FREE, No-Obligation Case Evaluation

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