Trying to get your business off the ground can be hard enough, and trying to decipher which laws apply can add unneeded frustration to the process. Consult George Fletcher Law. His experience dealing with start-up businesses can help. He can advise you how federal, state and local laws pertain to your business.
Starting a business can be confusing. Let our attorneys help you evaluate your particular situation, and how to design an organization structure that suits your particular needs. George Fletcher Law is experienced with limited liability companies and will help you start or amend your LLC and explain the details of the limited liability structure.
• Is liability protection an issue?
• How many owners?
• Managed by Members or Manager
Determining the exact type of corporation you need to form can be tricky, because there are different options available. The skilled attorneys at George Fletcher Law can help you to decide which type is best for your needs.
Some Different Types of Corporations:
• S Corporation
• C Corporation
• Professional Service Corporation
• Non-Profit Corporation or Association
• Closely Held Corporation
• Public Corporation
It is generally necessary to hire a lawyer to help with business planning, even for small sole proprietorships. George Fletcher Law can provide you with valuable advice on how to run your business according to federal, state laws & local laws.
There are two types of partnerships: General Partnerships, and Limited Partnerships. George Fletcher Law can assist you in setting up and managing both types of partnerships.
General partnerships are created when two or more individuals agree to create a business. Each partner contributes money, property, skill, or labor to the business and equally shares the business assets, profits, and losses. Limited partnerships are created by following the specific procedures set out by state statutes. Furthermore, many states and localities require businesses to obtain business licenses or permits before they can begin operation.
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