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Business Attorneys in Houston

Business law is the laws and regulations that deal with the formation, running, buying, and or selling of a business. Some of the most prominent areas of business law — and those in which it would serve you best to have a qualified business attorney supporting you — include business formation, employment law, collections, real estate law, and contract law.

We understand that you need answers to your questions immediately to run a successful construction business. Your business law question or issue cannot wait days while you wait for a typical law firm to return your call. We understand how important and urgent the issues contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers face on a daily basis and we are here to help. When working with The Cromeens Law Firm you can always expect a call back within one business day!

Business Law - Protect Your Business

Our Construction Business Lawyers are Your Partners in Business


As a business owner, it’s essential that you protect your personal assets, and the best way to do this is by incorporating. Being incorporated means your company is legally recognized as one of the following entities: a corporation, a limited liability company, a limited liability partnership, a limited partnership, or a professional corporation. It is vital that you follow all of the laws and regulations when incorporating. One mistake in the process, and you personally could be held liable for any debts or wrongdoing of your company. 

Contact The Cromeens Law Firm Business Law experts today to ensure your construction business is legally set-up properly and your personal assets are protected! 

Historically Underutilized Businesses

A Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) is a for profit business that is majority owned (51% or more) by a woman, minority, and/or service-disabled veteran. It’s important for construction businesses that qualify to register for the HUB status as all state agencies are required to hire a certain amount (ranging from 11%-33%) of HUB businesses on their state-run construction projects. 

Our Business Law Lawyers at The Cromeens Law Firm make sure that your construction business is set up properly. It is essential that your business has all the required and advantageous registrations, like the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) certification, so that it is set-up for success. Here at The Cromeens Law Firm we are your partners in business. 


Cost-Effective Solutions for Protecting
Your Business

We understand that like an ever-evolving construction project, today’s construction companies are unique and each have different needs, and that is why we offer multiple payment options for you to choose from.

From Flat-Rate Business Formation Fees to Monthly Subscription Plans with unlimited legal support, The Cromeens Law Firm has a payment option that will work for you.