Articles of Incorporation (Corporations) or Articles of Organization (LLCs)
Incorporating a business or forming a limited liability company (LLC) is an important decision for any entrepreneur. Incorporation provides a number of benefits, including limited personal liability for the debts and obligations of the business, and the ability to raise capital through the sale of stocks or bonds. In addition, incorporation also offers tax benefits and the ability to transfer ownership of the business more easily.
Articles of Incorporation, also known as a corporate charter, are the legal documents filed with the state government to form a corporation. These documents outline the basic information about the corporation, such as its name, purpose, and the names and addresses of its officers and directors. In addition, the articles of incorporation also outline the ownership structure of the corporation, including the number and types of shares that will be issued.
Articles of Organization, on the other hand, are the legal documents filed to form an LLC. These documents outline the basic information about the LLC, including its name, purpose, and the names and addresses of its members and managers. The articles of organization also outline the ownership structure of the LLC, including the distribution of profits and losses among the members.
At Oppenheim Law, our team of experienced business attorneys can assist you in the process of incorporating your business or forming an LLC. Our attorneys can help you understand the legal and financial implications of each type of business structure, and can provide you with guidance on the best way to structure your business to meet your goals.
In addition to incorporation and LLC formation, Oppenheim Law also offers a wide range of other business law services. Our team of experienced attorneys can help you navigate the complex legal landscape of doing business, from contract negotiation and dispute resolution to business formation and registration.
If you are considering incorporating your business or forming an LLC, don’t hesitate to contact Oppenheim Law at 954-384-6114 for a consultation. Our team of experienced attorneys is dedicated to helping you achieve your business goals and succeed in your industry. Whether you are just starting out or looking to grow your existing business, we can help you navigate the legal landscape of incorporation and LLC formation.
In conclusion, incorporating your business or forming an LLC is an important decision that has significant legal and financial implications. At Oppenheim Law, our team of experienced business attorneys can help guide you through the process and ensure that your business is structured in a way that protects your interests and meets your goals. Contact us today at 954-384-6114 to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards incorporating your business or forming an LLC.