Corporate law encompasses a wide range of issues, from contract law, to real estate to complex litigation. If you are the owner of a business, you may want to consider incorporating it to protect your assets.
Incorporating a business has many advantages. It shields business owners from personal liability if the business is sued. Incorporating a business is especially necessary for large businesses with multiple owners and operators. It is a good idea even for sole proprietors who want to protect personal assets to incorporate their business.
An attorney can help you select which type of corporation is right for your business. Many business owners choose to form a limited liability corporation (LLC). Licensed professionals such as attorneys may form a professional association (PA) or professional limited liability corporation (PLLC). Some business owners may choose to form a non-profit corporation if their business will meet certain qualifications. There are tax advantages for different types of corporations that an attorney can discuss with you.
A corporate lawyer can help you with the process of filing to incorporate your business. You will need to submit articles of incorporation to the secretary of state’s office along with a filing fee. You will need to select a registered agent for paperwork to be served on in case your business is sued. An attorney can help make sure that all the paperwork is completed promptly and properly.
An attorney can help corporate clients with contracts drafting and management agreements. Contracts are an essential part of doing business. A carefully drafted contract can help you time and money on legal fees later. Lauderhill FL corporate attorneys can assist clients with compliance with state law in corporate management and affairs.
The Law Office of Steven Katz handle business incorporation and a wide range of issues related to corporate law. Contact the Law Office of Steven Katz today for more information.