Small Business Support



Francoeur Law Firm understands that every small business needs legal representation. If your business has employees, you should work with an attorney. If your business signs big contracts, you should work with an attorney. However, most small business cannot afford to have a full time attorney on their staff.


Examples: When either you or your business partner want to modify or get out of a contract. When you spent your hard earned money on your business and invest your time to make your business successful, contract disputes can often lead to long-lasting and significant problems with your business. Other examples include accidents on your business property and disputes with customers or employees. You want to be prepared. Get advice from an attorney before you hire employees, sign a big contract, or go to court. 

It is important that you find an attorney who understands your needs. At Francoeur Law Firm we listen to our clients’ needs to understand their frustrations. Instead of having an attorney on your own staff to handle your legal matters, consider hiring us as your standby law firm. This way you can build a relationship with your attorney and know that your attorney knows you and your business. You practically share an attorney with several other businesses to cut down on your legal expenses. Please contact Francoeur Law Firm for a consultation if you are in need of a small business attorney:

• Breach of Contract
• Tort Liability

• Employment Disputes

• And More... 

Serving Florida Clients in Hillsborough County and Orange County

PLEASE NOTE:  This web site provides general information about Francoeur Law Firm as Attorney Advertisement and is not intended to be legal advice. Hiring an attorney is an important decision that should be based on your rational evaluation of our ability to represent you. Contacting us does not automatically establish an attorney-client relationship.
An attorney-client relationship is established only after express consent, clearance of any conflicts of interest, signing of an engagement agreement, and payment of retainer fees.
Your case may be referred to another attorney. Hiring an attorney is an important decision that should be based on your rational evaluation of our suitability to represent you.