Business Formation & Contracts

Starting a new business requires successfully navigating every situation which might unexpectedly come up as well as preparing required forms to avoid penalties from Colorado governmental officials and agencies.

Lund Garibyan Law offers a full range of business contract formation & preparation services which include:

  • Operating agreements, articles of incorporation, and articles of organization (including advice on type of entity to be formed such as S corporation, Limited Liability Corporation, or C corporation)
  • Business purchase agreements
  • Sales contracts
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Service contracts
  • Employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, non-compete agreements, and non-disclosure/confidentiality agreements
  • Commercial and residential leases
  • Shareholder and partner agreements
  • Vendor agreements
  • Buy/sell agreements
  • Asset purchase agreements
  • Stock and membership interest purchase agreements and other purchase agreements
  • Promissory Notes
  • Deeds of Trust
  • Quitclaim Deeds
  • Acting as registered agents

An experienced attorney can cut through the non-essential legal jargon, confusing words, and inconsistent terms which most contracts that are drafted by non-attorneys or found free online usually contain. An attorney understands what words in contracts can bind you in various ways, how the wording of the contract could affect you in case disputes occur, and what words and stipulations need to be included so that your original intentions are protected and parties do not raise issues and create different interpretations of what was actually agreed on.

A proper contract will last with the people and businesses for many years to come and will withstand the test of time if written properly. As litigation attorneys who have handled numerous breach of contract actions in court, we are in a unique position to understand what mistakes people and businesses make. Unnecessary risk and loss can be avoided by having an attorney review contracts before they are signed – NEVER completely rely on a contract downloaded online as they are routinely generic, boilerplate, and may even fail to follow state laws.

A contract good in one state may not be enforceable in another. Just because a contract says it is an “independent contractor agreement” on Google does NOT mean it actually follows Colorado’s statutory requirements found in 8-40-202 and 8-70-115, C.R.S. The cost associated with hiring an attorney to draft and/or review a contract will save significant sums and headaches down the road.


The best attorney is the attorney who spends time talking to you about your case, knows what is going on, and is willing to devote as much time as is needed to handle your case correctly. We bring big firm experience, significant business and contract law experience, and jury trial readiness to you. Schedule a free consultation now by contacting us at (720) 213-3774 or by email at