Business Formation and Agreements
Choosing the proper corporate structure is a crucial variable that carries significant weight throughout the duration of your business. The corporate structure you choose will affect the dynamics of taxation at local, state and federal levels, and
will also shape the scope of legal liability to which you are personally exposed. Structuring your business without comprehending the legal ramifications of each option can put you behind the eight ball before your shingles even go up. Once we assist you in choosing an appropriate corporate structure – whether it be a limited liability company or an s-corporation – our attorneys can guide and explain how operating agreements, bylaws, articles of incorporation and partnership agreements can protect you from financial liabilities in the event that disputes among shareholders arise, or, in the extreme case, your business becomes insolvent.
Oppenheim Law represents and advises clients regarding all aspects of business formation including:
- Limited liability companies
- Sole proprietorships
- Customized preparation of important corporate related documents, such as:
- Articles of Incorporation (Corporations) or Articles of Organization (LLCs)
- Shareholder Agreements
- Operating Agreements
- Corporate Resolutions
- Employment Agreements
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Fiduciary responsibilities
Hiring an experienced attorney to help you strategically navigate through the various options of corporate forms will pay for itself exponentially. For a consultation with an attorney Oppenheim Law, contact us online or give us a call at 954-384-6114.