Business Law

Nickloy & Higdon LLP Business Law Attorneys Jeff Nickloy & Alex Nickloy

Our relationship starts with making sure we know everything we can about our clients and their organization. We want to fully understand your business in order to move forward with tailored solutions. We typically try to arrange a cost-free tour of a new business client’s facilities or office to build our understanding of the client. We want to know as much as we can about the client’s history and hopes.

Whether your business is just starting out, struggling to grow, or facing the issues that more mature organizations confront, we are eager to help you achieve the best possible result for you and your business. Our attorneys offer sixty years of experience helping business clients with such diverse matters as:

  • Business Contracts and Forms:

Preparing and evaluating contracts commonly used in business transactions, such as non-disclosure agreements, purchase agreements and purchase orders, contracts for service, security agreements, warranties, personal guaranties, leases, policy manuals, and employment agreements.

  • Buying or Selling a Business:

Advising clients regarding agreements through which owners buy or sell business interests and creating related documents, including bills of sale, promissory notes, loan agreements, stock purchase and sale agreements, security agreements, and mortgages.

  • Dissolutions and Receiverships:

Counseling clients who are involved in closing business entities or dealing with business entities and who are closing their operations outside of bankruptcy. Representing parties who are involved in receiverships, including receivers, and parties considering receiverships.

  • Not-for-Profit Corporations:

Organization of not-for-profits, creation of structure documents such as by-laws, articles of incorporation, and applications for recognition as 501(c) (3) organization.

  • Owner Agreements:

Drafting operating agreements, cross-purchase or buy-sell agreements, stock purchase and sale agreements, and other documents which control the relations between business owners.

  • Starting a New Business:

Assisting clients with the contracts, forms, and leases often required by new businesses, plus organizational documents to put together the partnership, corporation, or limited liability company being created. Connecting clients with other professionals useful to new businesses.


Are you in need of a dispute resolution? We would be happy to talk to you about your claims or the claims being made against you and look at solving your specific dispute.

We can be reached at 317-773-3030, or by filling out our contact form.