Business People. Business Law.

Business Legal Needs

Helping businesses conduct successful business transactions and resolve disputes.

The Law Office of George W. Svoboda is a premier business law firm in Illinois focused on providing cutting edge, high quality, creative legal advice and solutions to Illinois businesses. Our sole focus is on your business. We use everything technology has to offer to have more time to spend with you, more time to understand your goals and needs. We know what business owners and entrepreneurs need.  We know what makes a business successful. Moreover, we know what it takes to keep a business successful through every stage of its development. We are confident that our team’s unique experiences and civil law focus will absolutely be an asset to your business.

Planning. Negotiating. Consulting. Litigating. If you are planning on opening a business, I’m there for you. If your business is facing a legal issue . . . well, you start a business to run it, not to deal with an impending legal matter that can stop it dead in its tracks. I and the teams I put together will take the burden of the uncertainty of legal issues off your shoulders – you run your company; we’ll make sure your legal matters are covered. If it’s a business matter, we can help.

Contact Us

37063 N. Kimberwick Lane

Wadsworth, IL 60083

contact@georgesvobodalaw.com
(224) 360-0696

Our Services

Starting your business

Business Organization, Business Acquisitions and Sales, Mergers, and Reorganization; Owner, Partner, Shareholder Disputes


Learn more about:

Choosing The Right Entity 

Mergers, Acquisitions, and Sales

Running your business

Transactions, Agreements, Contract Review, Negotiation, and Drafting Outsourcing, Master Services, Go-to-Market Agreements


Drafting Contracts

Litigation

Succession Planning

Collecting your revenue

Business Disputes, Resolution and Settlement; Business Collections; Foreign Judgement Transfer; Post-Judgement Enforcement


Collecting Your Revenue

Breach of Contract

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