Starting your own healthcare practice, as well as expanding it, is an exciting adventure, but also a significant investment. The field of health care occupies about one-sixth of our economy and is the most widely regulated industry in the U.S. That’s why it’s important for practice owners to properly form their business to help protect their investment.
We at Chapman Law Group are dedicated to health care law, and our mission is simple: to provide health professionals with the best possible legal representation in all aspects of the law. In 35 years of practice, we have developed a strong reputation for helping practitioners start and grow practices, protect their assets, and plan for the future.
The decision to start a medical practice is an exciting time in the life of a health care professional. However, navigating the vast amount of regulations governing the formation and operation of a medical practice can be daunting.
Our team of experienced health care attorneys can help you understand your legal responsibility and help limit your exposure to liability. A health-related business is subject to a variety of very specific state and federal laws and regulations that affect both the business structure and the business management, including:
Once you’ve set up your medical practice, it is important to make sure it is protected. An estate plan is your way of taking control of what happens with your business as well as your life, your health, your finances and your family’s well-being in the event you become mentally incompetent or pass away. Rather than the government making decisions for you, you can take control of personal family decisions by preparing legal documents, including:
For 35 years, we at Chapman Law Group have provided business counseling for general physician practices, dental and ophthalmology offices, and pain management and urgent care clinics.
Our offices are in Detroit (where we serve Dearborn, Troy, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, and the rest of Michigan); Miami and Sarasota, Florida (for Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando, West Palm Beach, and all of Florida); Los Angeles/Southern California; and Chicago.
Contact us today to find out how we can help your healthcare practice.
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