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 Need to form your first LLC or create a contract? Or need legal advice for negotiating your practice purchase? Check out these OD-focused Lawyers! 

 

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Dental & Medical Counsel


Dental & Medical Counsel was founded with optometrists, like you, in mind. For the last 20 years, our goal has remained the same - providing optometrists with the legal counsel and guidance they need to make their career goals into a reality. Most optometrists struggle to navigate the ever-changing legal landscape. 


Founder and CEO, Ali Oromchian, J.D., LL.M. is one of the nation’s leading lawyers on matters related to Optometrists. When Ali’s wife, who is a doctor, struggled through a host of legal complexities to open up her own practice, Ali knew there had to be a better way.


Since then, the legal team at Dental & Medical Counsel has had the fortune of guiding thousands of optometrists through all of their legal matters. Ali believes that through empowerment and the proper guidance, every optometrist can reach their goals. At Dental & Medical Counsel helps ODs deal with the legal issues they face by providing a wide range of services:


  • Corporations / LLCs
  • Lease Reviews
  • Practice Purchase
  • Practice Startup
  • Partnerships
  • Employment Agreements
  • Trademarks
  • And More!

Learn more & To set up a complimentary consultation with Ali:  Click here 

Contact: Meiling Tan at frontdesk@dmcounsel.com Or Call: (925) 999-8200.

 

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