Before Andrea started her own law firm, she worked for in house legal departments and for a boutique law firm focusing on commercial litigation where she handled a variety of business disputes.
Andrea's litigation experience taught her what agreements need to contain to stand up to a legal challenge and ways to protect her clients' rights. Her business background has been essential in applying legal advice to business matters.
As a small business owner herself, Andrea is passionate about helping others grow their businesses while reducing risk and mitigating potential legal issues. Andrea formed her own firm to be able to provide personalized service to her clients.
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- Wheeler Legal PLLC
- Wheeler Legal PLLC assists entrepreneurs and business owners by providing access to legal services at a reasonable cost
- Stetson University College of Law
- J.D. (2007)
- American Bar Association- Business Law Section
- Space Coast SCORE
- Education Chair
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- Brevard County Bar Association
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- The Florida Bar  # 0041071
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- 5 Steps to Starting a Business in a Few Hours
- US Chamber of Commerce
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- Andrea Wheeler
- Q. I have a small remodeling company, I signed a proposal for a company to place concrete, I found a lower priced company.
- A: This question cannot be answered without seeing what you signed. You should contact a business attorney to review what you signed and advise you of any obligations you agreed to.
- Q. I run a mortgage loan processing company. Should I use a Contract, SLA, Non-Compete, or a NDA to protect my business?
- A: It is a great idea to speak with a business lawyer so that all of your relationships and transactions are based on a solid contract.
- Q. As per Florida Sunbiz website I am planning to start Single member LLC in Florida. (Question & background info. below)
- A: You will not have an active LLC until the date of filing so you cannot hold yourself out as conducting business under that name until it is active. You will be a sole proprietor until you have an active LLC. I recommend speaking to a business attorney because there is a lot more to starting your business off on the right foot than just filing on Sunbiz and you don’t want to open yourself up to liability.