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Corporate Law

In today’s fast-paced world, business contracts and deals happen every second, therefore, disputes between businesses are inevitable. Litigation lawsuits can be costly, but the failure to protect the legal interests of your company before litigation ensues can cost you much more in the long-run.

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Types of Corporate Law

Corporate law (also known as business law) is the body of law governing the rights, relations, and conduct of persons, companies, organizations, and businesses. The term refers to the legal practice of law relating to corporations, or to the theory of corporations. It encompasses the formation, funding, governance, and death of a corporation.

Operating Agreements


Each state has its own laws pertaining to the formation and management of a limited liability company ("LLC"). Under Florida law, it is not required for an LLC to have an operating agreement. Members of an LLC are free to run the business of the LLC as they see fit but are bound by the limitations and requirements of Florida Revised Limited Liability Company Act ("FRLLCA").

HOW SAADE LAW CAN HELP However, the default provisions of the FFRLLCA are, at times, vague and do not necessarily meet the needs of the members of an LLC. Hiring an attorney to draft an operating agreement that is specific to the purpose and needs of the LLC and its members, will promote and can sustain a successful business.



A contract, in any form, is a legally binding agreement between two parties, to do or not to do a certain action or activity. Corporations sign contracts every day whether it’s a new partnership, new deal, new procurement or hiring a new employee. For any party, it is equally important to fully understand the terms and clauses mentioned in the contract before signing it.

HOW SAADE LAW CAN HELP The terms that bind the parties can be confusing or may be written in the language of law which is not comprehensible to many people. Most contract disputes occur because of the misunderstanding and confusion between the parties. If you are in this situation, it is always wise to consult an attorney before signing any contract.

Business & Commercial Law


The Saade Law Firm, P.A. offers corporate business and commercial law services to large, medium, and small businesses, helping them navigate the complexities of the ever-evolving legal landscape. Our experienced team of attorneys are result-driven and focus on anticipation and prevention to mitigate long and short-term risk. You can trust the team to be zealous advocates for your business and offer the best solutions to any situation your facing. 

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE: - Business Litigation and Debt Collection - Intellectual Property Law - Business Litigation - A&E Law - Franchise Law - Employee Immigration - Securities

Tax & Finance Law


Our experienced team of attorneys can support you with tax matters and provide a dual perspective on both the business and legal lens of taxes. At The Saade Law Firm, we bring to the table both legal and business experience. This allows us to provide tax-related legal advice to clients while minimizing their risks and cost. Our teams is experienced at representing companies of all sizes as well as individuals in tax-related matters. 

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE: - Tax Audits - Collection Process - State and Local Tax - International Tax Planning

Trusts & Estates


The Saade Law Firm, P.A. offers comprehensive services including estate planning, administration of trust and estates of varying complexities, businesses succession, settlements, and more. From new asset classes to changing state and federal tax and trust and state laws to personal and unique family situations, the challenges cannot be overstated. We are committed to understanding our clients and their goals to offer client-oriented counsel. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF AN ESTATE PLAN: Estate plans are crucial to plan and protect for your future and that of your family. In case of an unfortunate event, such as disability or incapacitation, having an estate plan will make your family’s life easier and ensure they are taken care of. A comprehensive estate plan should include, among others: ‍ - Living will and testament - Designation of Preneed Guardian for Self or minor children - Revocable Trust - Living Will/Advanced Directives - Durable General Power of Attorney

Mergers & Acquisitions


The lawyers in our Mergers and Acquisitions practice group represent individuals and entities, varying in size from sole proprietorships to publicly traded companies, in navigating this complex transactional environment. Our multidisciplinary M&A practice allows us to seamlessly involve experts in a variety of practice areas in multijurisdictional and international transactions and to effectively address the transactional and transitional issues arising in M&A transactions.  At SAADE LAW, we understand the importance of seeing M&A transactions through to closing with a practical, business-centric approach and comprehensively addressing any issues that might arise on the road to closing.



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