I consult with him when I have business and corporate questions for my own clients. He is always open to taking my calls and working through issues with me. He has a broad knowledge base on the matters I discuss with him (e.g. business and corporate law).
Matt helped me form my California professional corporation and did an outstanding job. He was responsive and explained the process very well. He charged a flat rate, explained all of my different options, and worked directly with my CPA to make sure that
the tax side was all set up.
Honest and Trust Worthy lawyer that helps when needed.
Matthew Odgers has continually helped our company with legal advice and help steer us in the right direction from the beginning, 5 years ago. I would highly recommend using their services and I will continue to do so. If you are looking for business start
up, or trust advice/help, please use them, you will not regret it.
A: While I am not a South Carolina Lawyer, I generally recommend at the very least speaking with a business attorney for an initial consultation. Depending on the type of business and type of sale there may be certain reporting requirements or disclosure that need to be made. The two major benefits are protecting you against any unintended liability and getting the best deal possible. When you negotiate on your own behalf it is hard to know when to give and when to take. An attorney who negotiates on your behalf can test the water with the opposing counsel or buyer, then make strategic decisions in getting you the best deal possible.