Whether you are starting, operating, purchasing, selling, or dissolving a business, there are many aspects of the law that a business owner must consider. Things such as documents and formalities required during business formation, internet law, contractual relationships, employee relations, dissolution or sale of the business all have legal requirements that must be observed in order to avoid pitfalls. Some of those errors may have great liability implications for your business and your personal assets.
Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, and Limited Liability Partnerships can protect the owner's personal assets from liability. In order for that protection to apply, business owners must follow legal formalities for formation and maintenance of the entity. Sole Proprietorships and General Partnerships do not provide such protections. There are different requirements for each type of entity, and each has advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, it is very important to select the right type of entity. One that fits your current and future business needs.
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These consultations can be in person, on the phone, or by video conference. At the consultation we can discuss your business needs, review your concerns, and help you get started the right way. If as a result of the consultation, we determine that additional work is required, I can confirm pricing for the additional work.
HOW DO I BOOK IT?
To book your business legal consultation, call (201) 825-1314, or fill out and submit the contact form. After we receive your information, I will prepare a letter indicating the scope and the cost for those services.