Incorporations and General Corporate Matters

Businesses can be created as a sole proprietorship, joint venture, partnership, or corporation. Our experienced business law team provides our clients with the right advice to address the legal issues involved when starting a new business or developing an existing one.

Our business law team provides the necessary legal guidance, and will collaborate with our client’s accountants and business advisors to develop a plan on how they can organize their business to best meet their specific needs.

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    Meet HGR Graham's Incorporations and General Corporate Matters Lawyers

    • Kellie Beasley

      Kellie Beasley

      Partner

      Phone: 705.327.6656 ext. 314

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    • Jillian Brazda

      Jillian Brazda

      Partner

      Phone: 705.737.1249 ext. 127

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    • Thomas Heron

      Thomas Heron

      Associate

      Phone: 705.327.6656 ext. 313

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    • Jennifer Parker

      Jennifer Parker

      Associate

      Phone: 705.549.6060 ext. 474

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    • John Walker

      John Walker

      Managing Partner

      Phone: 705.526.2232 ext. 226

      Email: John Walker

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