Each small business has its own unique needs, but all small business owners share one common need: assurance that they can conduct business without fear of having to move locations due to rent hikes or unforeseen circumstance relating to the space. When a small business signs a commercial lease, it gets extra services only if it makes an effective negotiation prior to entering into the lease. If an issue arises – unless the business is deprived of being able to use the space – the small business owner is still responsible to for paying rent, although it is possible to sue for damages.

To ensure that taxes are equitably divided and will remain as such for the extent of the lease, a qualified attorney can make sure the lease includes a “good guy” clause that is compatible with the small business’s interests. Give my office a call for a free consultation today, and I will help you find a lease that protects and upholds your best interests.