We can assist in incorporating your business, business licenses and contract, business succession plans, partnership agreement.
As a Business Owner, Have You Ever:
- Signed a contract or document you had not fully read or understood?
- Had difficulty-collecting money from customers?
- Wanted to have a resource for ANY business or legal question?
- Curious as to the real advantages of Incorporating?
Business Law. Estate Planning.
The Legal Resource Team can assist you with choosing your company’s structure-corporation, partnership or LLC- and establishing that structure, establishing business licenses and developing internal procedures and practices for:
Corporations. Formation and dissolution; capitalization; shareholder and buy-out agreements; general operating problems and record keeping; officer and director liability; acquisition and disposition of stock and assets; executive stock and compensation plans.
Limited Liability Companies and Partnerships. Formation and dissolution of limited liability companies, general partnerships, limited partnerships, syndicates, and joint ventures, with respect to business and real estate matters; tax and estate planning issues relating to family limited partnerships and family limited liability companies and, general operating problems concerning the above entities.
WE CAN HELP.
Our Legal Resource Team can assist you, the small business owner in incorporating your business, obtaining growth financing, and preparing your business for sale or assisting you in the purchase of another business. We specialize in the estate planning needs of business owners. They can help you with your wills and trusts as well as succession plans as your business changes hands between owners and/or between generations.
Wills and Trusts are important tools in providing order to your financial affairs. Wills and Trusts will help you with your tax planning, simplifying your estate settlement and providing guidance to your family and heirs. A will is a formal legal document detailing the settlement of your estate. It is crucial to the success of an estate plan that your will be properly written by a qualified, experienced legal professional and witnessed in accordance with state law. The laws governing the drawing up of wills vary considerably from state to state. For example, holographic wills (those written in a person’s own handwriting) are considered legal in certain states but illegal in others. In most cases, however, these do-it-yourself wills have been considered an unacceptable substitute for a formal will.
NEED HELP FINDING RESOURCES TO FIT YOUR NEEDS?
Please reach out to us with specific questions so we can help steer you in the right direction. We want you to have all the information you need to make an informed decision about the contracting resources available to you in the market today.