Business Formation: Partnership, LLC and Corporation
If you have decided to form a new business entity, such as a partnership, LLC or Corporation, one law firm offers the extensive knowledge, proven skills and personal service that can help you reach your business goals.
We are the experienced business law attorneys of Karlin Law Firm LLP.
In the formation of a business entity, many questions arise as to the correct form of entity that your business should take on. There are subtle differences between entities that can affect both your personal liability and tax obligations. The types of entities that are commonly formed are:
- Corporation (C-Corp / S-Corp)
- Joint ventures
- Sole proprietorship
What are the benefits of forming a business entity?
What are the obligations and consequences of forming a business entity?
What state should I form my business entity?
When you retain Karlin Law Firm LLP to represent your interests in forming your business, and protecting your personal assets, you get factual, thoughtful answers to all of these questions. You will be working with poised legal professionals who have your best interests at heart – and who personally relate to your business objectives. We excel at handling the filing of your entity with the state and drafting the operating agreement/bylaws, and all other business formation documentation.
Please contact us to secure an initial consultation. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your business sale and purchase plans in detail and in confidence.
Lawyers Serving Owners, Buyers And Sellers Of California Businesses Since 1979
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