Qualley Law, P.L.C.

Des Moines, Iowa Law Firm


Business and Corporate Law

Starting a new business is an exciting and challenging undertaking. At Qualley Law, our legal services can ensure that your business gets started the right way. For new businesses, we offer a full range of services to assist you in your new venture. We will help you determine the best type of business entity (e.g. corporation, LLC, LLP) to meet goals like organizational flexibility and personal asset protection.

We can also advise you on how to avoid some of the common legal pitfalls that face new business. Beyond legal advice, George Qualley IV has received an M.B.A. from Drake University and has an extensive business background. Let your business benefit from his knowledge. From long-term strategic planning to general day-to-day business challenges, a relationship with Qualley Law provides your new business with the comprehensive support—legal and otherwise—that you need to succeed. Even if you're just in the planning stages of your venture, contact us for a personal consultation. Our lawyers are focused on making you a success!

A wide-range of legal services for the mature business

For established businesses, QualleyLaw offers a complete range of corporate services. From business litigation (both plaintiff and defendant) to debt collection and everything in between, our lawyers understand the challenges facing your business. And, our small-firm structure provides your business with a personalized approach to your legal issues. Unlike some firms, we understand that most businesses don't have an unlimited budget for legal service, which is why we focus on providing our clients with cost-effective, results-oriented lawyering. Contact us today and see how our lawyers focus on providing you with legal services where you and your business come first.

Legal Services for Your Business

New Business Formation

The right structure for your business is driven by many factors. Start your new venture on the right path.

Contract Drafting

Business relationships are often defined by the contract. From commercial leases to agreements with customers, being caught off guard it could cost you.

Licensing & Compliance

Many business ventures require specialized licensing from the city, county, or state.


Many challenges can be resolved outside of a courtroom. Unfortunately, some can't.