Business and Corporate Law


Starting and maintaining a business is not a simple process and requires much thought about business structure, revenue splitting, tax considerations, liability concerns or even the income stream generated from current sources. Choices follow all these considerations—for instance, whether to operate as a sole proprietor, enter a partnership or joint venture, or incorporate your business.

Existing businesses should be organized in a way that allows the business to benefit from all aspects of the structure and can sometimes benefit from changing the structure of how the business operates.

At our firm, we guide you through the process and ensure that you understand which avenue is the best fit for your business. We will work with you to make sure your business operates the way you want, your books are maintained and your agreements are in order.

Services include:

  • Corporations, Partnerships, Sole Proprietorships and Joint Ventures
  • Shareholder Agreements, Partnership Agreements, and Joint Venture Agreements
  • Contract Negotiations, Drafting and Review
  • Business Loans and Security Transactions
  • Corporate Minute Book maintenance
  • Asset Sale and Purchase transactions
  • Share Sale and Purchase transactions
  • Corporate Reorganizations

FAQs


What Type of Business Should I Start?

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