Business Matters

Atlanta Lawyer Serving Business Owners

It is important to protect your company  and investment from unnecessary  liability, financial or legal, in the competitive business world. Whether you are building a new entity or  have an established business, a lawyer’s 30 years of experienced guidance on a wide range of legal & business issues can be invaluable help. John Ratterree II, Attorney at Law, provides detailed legal guidance to business owners in Sandy Springs, surrounding North Atlanta communities and throughout  Georgia. With an LLM in Taxation (Emory, 1988) and detailed knowledge of various business law concerns, Mr. Ratterree addresses confidently even the most complex issues facing your business.

Get An Experienced Attorney To Act As Your In-House Counsel

After carefully examining your concerns and your business’ needs, Mr. Ratterree offers the advice needed to address a wide range of issues, including:

  • Business formation
  • Entity selection
  • Family partnerships
  • Partnership agreements
  • Business succession planning
  • Tax planning
  • Business reorganization & exit strategies
  • Contract reviews

Tailoring representation directly to your specifics, Mr. Ratterree provides the helpful, effective guidance you need to protect your business and your investment from avoidable harm.

As a business owner himself, Attorney Ratterree understands the importance of protecting your bottom line and works to help you resolve your issues in the most cost-effective manner possible.

Contact  John Ratterree For Detailed Business Law Guidance

Protecting your company and your investment is likely among your chief concerns as a business owner. Unfortunately, when complex legal issues arise, protecting your business can quickly become a confusing, difficult task.

Mr. Ratterree works diligently to provide the detailed and personalized guidance you need to protect your business and avoid unnecessary legal costs and distractions.

Contact attorney Ratterree online or call 404-256-1185 to discuss your specific business law concerns.