An Experienced Attorney Can Help With Complex Corporate Issues

Often, when foreign investors need to get visas, they also need the services of a corporate lawyer in the United States. If you are engaging in business or opening a business while in the U.S. and need a Spanish-speaking attorney who understands the challenges immigrants face, attorney Fernanda at Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC is here to help you. Fernanda has over eight years of experience helping foreign businesspeople navigate complex legal situations and achieve their financial goals in the U.S.

What Can A Corporate Lawyer Do For You?

Fernanda and her team are based in Texas and are here to guide you through a process that is often confusing. In answering your questions and addressing your concerns, it helps eliminate the chance of potential errors. As someone who once owned her own business, Fernanda knows the importance of getting things done correctly and on time. That is why she helps with the following:

  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating business contracts
  • Assisting with transactions like mergers and acquisitions
  • Compliance with U.S. legal regulations
  • Filing paperwork with the government to open a business

While it is possible to handle these things on your own, you could be setting yourself up for issues down the road. Make sure things are handled properly. In having a lawyer by your side, you can rest assured that any issues will be anticipated and taken care of ahead of time.

Schedule A Consultation Today; Call Now

If you are an immigrant doing business in the United States and need the advice of a qualified corporate lawyer, get in touch with Fernanda at Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC today. Call 210-475-3963 or fill out the online contact form to request an appointment. Fernanda assists clients in San Antonio, Austin and San Marcos. She also serves individuals throughout the U.S. and internationally. She is fluent in Spanish, Turkish consults are available upon request.

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