Zana Tomich and the Dalton & Tomich team are trusted by small and closely held businesses across Detroit and throughout Southeast Michigan. Some of the most common questions we receive from current and prospective clients are answered in the videos available on this page. We hope they are helpful to you.
Why Your Business Documents May Need a Corporate Cleanup
Lease Negotiation Tips: Don’t Overlook the Letter of Intent
Family Business Succession Plans: 5 Things You Need to Know
Selling a Small Business: 7 Considerations for a Successful Sale
What is a Buy Sell Agreement?
How to Obtain a Liquor License in Detroit
Opening and Running a Restaurant in Detroit: 6 Legal Considerations
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