Westmont, Illinois Business Attorneys: Corporate Law Services Throughout Greater Chicago

At Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, located in the heart of the western suburbs in Westmont, Illinois, we offer a full range of business and corporate legal services for our clients. Whether you are a sole proprietor with zero employees, or a medium-sized company with thousands, our business attorneys are here to assist you. We understand your business and your job are your livelihood, and we work to protect the rights and interests of our clients. Our lawyers focus on helping businesses through the legal nuances of corporate formation and compliance, and advise management on all legal issues facing the company.

Our business and corporate attorneys have represented business all over the Chicagoland area on many business issues, including:

  • Purchases and sales of businesses
  • Drafting, editing, reviewing and negotiating contracts
  • Drafting hiring and termination agreements
  • Creating, maintaining and terminating legal entities (corporations and LLCs)
  • Maintaining corporate compliance with state and federal regulations
  • Equipment leasing and financing
  • Advising business clients on potential and pending lawsuits
  • Assistance on worker's compensation issues
  • Drafting buy/sell agreements and other corporate documentation
  • Protecting the finances and assets of businesses and business owners
  • Franchising

At Hubeny & Zaba, you will find an attorney who will provide you with the knowledge and expertise to address all of your corporate legal needs. We built our firm on quality representation, excellent customer service, and the aggressive defense of our client's rights and interests.

Schedule a Consultation with Our Business Attorneys

Call 630-455-0500 or use our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation to see how Hubeny & Zaba can be your company's greatest asset.

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