Every Business Owner Needs an Advocate

I'm a trusted advocate for my clients.  An advocate is a champion, upholder, supporter, backer, promoter, proponent, spokesman, campaigner, fighter and crusader. 

I love helping business owners succeed.  I represent new ventures and established businesses of all shapes and sizes.  I establish a close and trusted relationship with each client, often becoming their first call when considering new opportunities or facing unique challenges.

I've Actually Walked a Mile In Your Shoes

I've owned and operated several non-legal businesses myself.  Any business lawyer can analyze legal options, but I know how it feels to make hard choices, because I've done that myself (and not just in a law firm). Every business owner deserves an attorney who will take the time to listen and understand his or her unique perspective.   

Simple or Complex - Dedicated and Experienced Representation

I provide businesses with quality legal help on an as-needed basis.   I help clients with a variety of matters, big and small.  I get daily calls on issues ranging from corporate governance to contract reviews, and employment law to business acquisitions.   Budget expectations are discussed ahead of time, and my rates are reasonable, fair, and clear.

For 16 years I have helped my clients succeed and reach their goals.  My proven ability to see the big picture of legal problems within a pragmatic real-world context adds tremendous value to the companies I serve as their go-to business lawyer of choice.  Let's talk today to see if I can do the same for you.


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11701 Bee Caves Rd Suite 200
Austin, Texas 78738
(512) 505-2314
shiloh@austinadvocates.com

Business Law - Litigation - Mediation - Collaborative Law

This website advertises professional legal services and is not intended to provide legal advice; we will not have an attorney-client relationship, and I will not take any action on your behalf, until we have established an attorney-client relationship through a signed written engagement agreement; every matter is unique, results cannot be guaranteed, and past performance does not predict future outcomes.

 

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