Law Office of William E. Chillas
36 East King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602
Tel: 717.293.1500
Fax: 717.293.1600
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William E. Chillas has had substantial experience representing Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, and small and large Business Corporations in Lancaster County over his career. He has formed numerous Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, "S" Corporations, "C" Corporations, and other business entities.

No family business is too small for us. We take great joy in assisting young entrepreneurs with deciding on a proper business entity, forming that entity on behalf of the client, and providing them with good and practical advice, such as the setting of salaries, selection of bookkeepers or accountants, if requested, and other preliminary business advice. Mr. Chillas has been local counsel for some major national and international corporations, including corporations headquartered in Holland, Canada, England, and the United States. However, we also represent small companies from local automobile dealerships to tattoo parlors.

We can also assist you with your Non-Profit Corporation and 501C Corporation (tax deductible contributions) if you desire.

We can assist your business in collections, commercial litigation, worker's compensation issues, Human Relations Commission actions, as well as issues dealing with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Pennsylvania and Federal Wage and Hour laws, and similar matters.

We presently represent restaurants, hotels, recreational vehicle dealers, motorcycle dealerships, day care centers, tattoo parlors, trucking companies, commercial electric companies, commercial roofers and residential roofers.

If you own a company and have not been paid, keep in mind you have very limited time periods to file Mechanic's Liens to secure the payment of the debt you are owed. If you are a subcontractor, you have less than five months from the last day you supplied labor and materials to complete the filing of your Mechanic's Lien. If you are a principal contractor, you have an additional 30 days. If there is no real estate to lien there is still substantial, but not unlimited, time to file a civil action and collect on a debt reduced to judgment.

Let us know how we can help.

Law Office of William E. Chillas
36 East King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602
Tel: 717.293.1500 | Fax: 717.293.1600 |

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