Business law

 

Our knowledge and experience with a variety of situations enables us to guide you through formation, operation, transformation, and dissolution of a variety of entities.

Are you thinking of setting up a business? Do you have questions about which is the right business for you? Tax consequences? Liability? Concerns about how it should be structured? Questions about what else you might need to know?

That’s where we come in. When considering setting up a business, there are a number of factors to take into account. Who you are in business with, why you are setting up the business, and the goals you have in mind are all important when designing the structure of your business. We can discuss your plan, and provide you with the knowledge and advice to ensure that you are creating the right entity for your particular business.

It’s also important to consider factors that may affect you as the business grows. There are many to consider, but the most common and consistent are liability issues and tax ramifications.

Liability can be internal, external, or accidental. Properly structured businesses can work with insurance to limit exposure to personal liability. The tax structure can either cause harm, create a benefit, or remain neutral. It’s important to know right from the start, so that you plan accordingly.

If done correctly, forming a business entity can protect you from liability, provide you with tax benefits, minimize taxes in the future, plan for future generations, clearly define roles of partners and investors, and more.

Whether you are business savvy and know exactly what you are doing, or you’ve considered that you may need to structure a business but have no idea how or where to start, we’re here to help.

If you currently have a business structure in place, and are in need of updates or changes, or need to cancel the business, know the facts before you jump in. Guidance through the process helps eliminate the discovery of discrepancies or liability in the future.


FORMATION

  • Limited Partnerships

  • Limited Liability Companies

  • Limited Liability Companies

  • Professional Corporations

  • C-Corporations

  • S-Corporations

  • Limited Partnerships

  • Limited Liability Companies

OPERATION

  • Employment Agreements

  • Amendments to Bylaws

  • Annual Filing Requirements

  • Corporate Meeting and Minutes

  • Corporate Resolutions

TRANSITION

  • Restructuring entities

  • S elections

  • Dissolution and Cancellation

  • Asset Transfers