Maryland Business And Property Law Attorney

Experienced Business Lawyer Serving Maryland

Starting and operating a successful business requires confidence. Confidence that you are maximizing your growth potential. Confidence that you are acting ethically minimizing your exposure to foreseeable legal consequences. Confidence that you are avoiding mistakes that may lead to high expenses or costly litigation.

If you are considering starting a business or already own a business in Maryland and require experienced legal counsel, turn to Carl W. Disque, P.C., Attorney at Law, in Hagerstown, Maryland.

I offer more than 25 years of experience in all areas of business transactions and litigation, including:

  • Business formation, contracts and document preparation: Helping you get your business off on the right foot with the appropriate entity formation, documents and contracts means you can concentrate on why you went into business — to provide an excellent product or service that will lead to financial success.
  • Commercial litigation and dispute resolution: Resolving disputes and settling lawsuits with customers, suppliers, subcontractors, licensees and distributors are critical to protecting your bottom line. I will work aggressively to resolve disputes through skillful negotiations, whenever possible. If trial becomes necessary, you will have a formidable, experienced courtroom attorney protecting your financial interests. I also serve as a trained mediation professional to help you resolve disputes through a collaborative process, outside of trial.
  • Commercial real property litigation and transactions: If you are involved in a lease dispute or need to resolve a transactional matter related to commercial real estate, you can count on my quarter century of civil trial experience.

Call An Experienced Business And Property Law Attorney

Call the law office of Carl W. Disque, P.C., Attorney at Law, in Hagerstown toll free at 866-478-4826 or contact me by email to arrange a low-cost initial consultation. I will answer your questions and give you an honest assessment of your legal circumstances, time frame for a resolution and approximate legal expenses.