The law office of Soden & Steinberger, APLC, provides experienced, effective business law
and litigation services in the San Diego area and throughout California.

We work with a wide variety of commercial clients, each coming to us with different needs.

We also specialize in the sale and acquisition of businesses, including sales and purchases by franchisors and franchisees.

Explore our services below to learn more about what we can do for your business.

Business Enterprise Formation

There are many forms a business can take on. The best one for you takes into consideration flexibility, tax advantages, and growth opportunities.

Franchise Law and Franchise Formation

A solid legal understanding is necessary for those looking to either create a franchise or buy into a franchise. We are experts in this.

Business Enforcement & Judement Litigation

Litigation is the process of pursuing the settlement of a dispute in a court of law. We work to protect you and your business interests.

Contracts and Contract Review

Contracts establish sound foundations for business startups, effective mergers, successful joint ventures and real estate transactions.

Intellectual Property

IP includes registration of trademark and copyrights, defending against trade secret infringement or the process of issuing licenses.

Real Estate Law

Almost every business enterprise needs a physical place to conduct business. Because of this, it is important to enter into any real estate agreements with as much understanding as possible.

All-in-One Business Formation Package

The creation of a business should be pursued holistically and not in an a-la-carte manner. We specialize in creating this solid foundation by handling your business formation, specialty contracts, board minutes, employee handbooks and more.


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