The Power Law Firm

Corporate Law






Forming your business

The decision between operating as a sole proprietor, partnership, corporation, or LLC can impact liability, taxes, and your image to potential customers. We can guide you through process of setting up your new business, incorporating your existing business, and completing or modifying your critical founding documents.


Contracts are a critical aspect in any business, and the careful drafting of these documents can assist business owners in avoiding costly disputes in the future. Preventing future problems and ensuring that if problems do arise that you or your business is protected in the contract is vital. The contracts should outline clearly, clearly and without confusing wording or terms, the remedies that the client has if the contracted firm or individual fails to uphold the terms of the contract.


It is important to prevent contract disputes by having a correct and optimum consulting or employment contract. Our firm has helped clients with simple contracts to highly complex employment and consultation arrangements. Protecting your business with non-competition provisions is sometimes a necessity and our Firm can see to it that all of your best interests are protected.


Each year, many Florida businesses forget to file required reports, hold annual meetings, and properly record the results of key business decisions, exposing a business and owners to unnecessary liability. We offer unique packages to support your efforts, whether you are a do-it-yourself entrepreneur or simply want one less aspect of your business to worry about.

Protecting Trade Secrets

With our assistance, solid efforts to protect your business plans, manufacturing secrets, propriety software and client data can be implemented through non-disclosure/non-compete covenants as well as well-constructed contracts. 


If you are involved in a situation which requires effective business litigation in Florida, we are ready to assist you with aggressive advocacy. We are ready to help you in matters involving business torts, restraint of trade matters, general contract disputes and other urgent matters.