Obtaining legal services is a vital consideration for anyone in business, but more so for small business owners, who often face a number of legal hurdles when starting up or acquiring, growing, or exiting their companies.  Limiting liability, tax structuring and ensuring compliance with various aspects of law are just some of the legal issues that small business owners may face.

Oftentimes, the high costs of employing the services of a competent lawyer turn most business owners away from consulting them early on. Failing to plan ahead often results in expensive problems in the future.  That can be lucrative for lawyers but it’s hardly desirable for clients.

Martha Dwyer encourages her clients to anticipate issues.  She offers a full range of cost-effective but thorough legal services. She possesses over 35 years of experience representing big and small companies, as well as individuals. With her creative and sophisticated approach to legal service, she has helped many clients successfully deal with mergers and acquisitions, business exit strategies, corporate law, commercial and contract law, private equity and finance, real estate transactions, and litigation.

As a trusted legal advisor, Ms. Dwyer is adept at listening to her clients and understanding their needs, and guiding them towards making the best decisions. She knows what questions to ask about transactions and disputes, and where to get the answers. She is a experienced lawyer who can provide sound advice on even the most complicated legal matters. Best of all, she is personally invested in each of her clients, and works very hard to give them the best possible results.

Ms. Dwyer’s services are also available to medical marijuana/medical cannabis businesses and related service companies, including formation, fund-raising and structuring, contractual, intellectual property, compliance and outside general counsel services. The medical marijuana/medical cannabis business provides a huge opportunity for growth and an opportunity to provide medical and palliative care to people who are in great need.