Formation of Entities


Whether you are starting a new business or adding a subsidiary to an existing entity, forming a new entity takes planning and experience. We work to identify your goals, and the best way to form the entity so you have maximum liability protection. We work with you and your accountant to create an entity that fits your needs.


Whether it is an LLC or a corporation, for-profit or not-for-profit, and in any state, we can help you form a new entity. We work with new and existing business owners to structure companies based upon in-depth discussions about plans and goals – both short and long-term.

It’s dangerous to go alone. Let us help you shield yourself from liability.


Operating agreements, shareholder agreements, and bylaws are integral parts of a company’s formation. These governing documents spell out how the company will run, what each owner’s responsibilities will be, and how much everyone owns. It also dictates what will happen if someone wants to leave.


Putting these agreements in place is important and the best time to do it is in the beginning, when everyone is in agreement. Signing an agreement when you start the company doesn’t lock you into anything, but it does ensure that you have everything that you need in place.

We work with our clients, both negotiating agreements and mediating between partners in drafting them as well. We make sure that you have everything in place so your company runs smoothly now and in the future.


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