Law Office of Ambrose Moses, III

Welcome to the Law Office of Ambrose Moses, III

The Law Office of Ambrose Moses, III specializes in assisting businesses and nonprofit organizations with a full range of legal and business services.  Some of the services offered include business law (start-ups, business plans, LLC, incorporation, contracts, buying/selling a business), nonprofit law (501c3, bylaws), intellectual property(copyright, trademark), and estate planning (wills and trusts).  We also represent both plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state court.

If you are looking for a lawyer to advise, counsel, and represent you and your business, call us.

Contact us today: Call (614) 418-7898 or Click Here.

We are here to serve you and answer any questions you may have.

Convenient and Accessible

MyCaseOur clients appreciate the convenient and accessible nature of our traditional and online law practice.  When you need legal assistance, we are there for you.

We give each client a secure, online legal account that allows you to have 24/7 access to your case files, send a private message to Attorney Moses, and pay invoices, all from the comfort of your home or office, via your computer, laptop, iPad, or smartphone. 


Business Law +

Business Law

Attorney Moses specializes in what he likes to call Business Law+.  He advises, counsels, represents, and provides legal aid to entrepreneurs concerning the formation, operation, and growth of their LLC, corporation, or 501(c)(3) nonprofit.  

Plus (+), his experience as a lawyer in the general practice of law since 1991 enables him to help small business owners and their families with matters such as wills and trusts, asset protection, and real estate.



JOBS Act - CrowdfundingIn 2012, President Barack Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.  The JOBS Act was called a game changer, in part, because it permits small businesses to raise capital via equity-based regulation crowdfunding.  

As a crowdfund and startup lawyer, Attorney Moses helps entrepreneurs to properly structure their businesses and to understand and comply with the legal requirements of applicable state and federal law.