Business Law

Tel: 314-727-0163

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businessBusiness law covers a wide range of service that often overlap with other areas of law, such as real estate and, in some cases, estate planning. Business is governed by many State and Federal laws and can be confusing and complicated, particularly as it relates to tax concerns, succession planning, and liability concerns.

Every aspect of creating, operating, and terminating a business can be handled by an experienced business and corporate law attorney, including:

Contacting an experience business law attorney early in the business process will save you time and money while affording you maximum liability protection. There are a number of decisions to be made in the operation of a business. Business law attorneys can help streamline these processes and provide sound legal advice on matters ranging from commercial lease agreements to employee hiring/firing to planning an effective exit strategy and succession plan.

With almost 30 years of legal expertise, Attorney Chris Cox is a logical choice for business and corporate law. As a small business owner himself, Mr. Cox understands the needs of today's corporations and solo businesses. Contact our law office to learn how our experience can make a difference in the creation and operation of your business.

Call us today at 314.727.0163 to put an effective strategy in place and ease your mind.

Office Location

Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C.
13321 N. Outer 40 Rd.
Suite 600
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Tel: 314-727-0163
Fax: 314-448-4300


Business Hours

We are here to serve you during the following business hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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