Business and Corporate Attorney serving Santa Rosa, CA



When you need an experienced business law attorney to handle your complex matters, contact EJD Law Group to assist you. We understand that most business owners desire to work with a law firm with exceptional knowledge in business law. When you retain our firm to assist you with your business matters, you benefit from our approach by us providing an individualized strategy depending on the businesses' needs. Each business is unique, so we will tailor our approach to your unique business needs. Our focus is doing what is right for you and your business.

We take a hands-on approach for each matter by personally meeting with clients and working hard to protect their interests, while building their future. We employ innovation and creativity to determine every possible course of action related to your concerns. From transactional business matters to business litigation, EJD Law Group will aggressively and effectively advocate on your behalf.

We provide a wide range of legal services to businesses including:

  • Business Formation
  • Maintaining Corporate Formalities
  • Business Dissolution
  • Contracts
  • Contract Disputes
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Collection Actions
  • Unfair Business Practices
  • Business Litigation



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