Business Formation

Business Formation (Corporations and LLC’s)

Selecting an entity is an important start to your business. You want limited liability protection. And if the organizational documents are not properly and completely prepared and maintained you may face personal liability. At our firm, we will help you assess your needs and choose an appropriate entity, whether it be a sole proprietorship, limited liability company (LLC), limited liability partnership (LLP), or corporation. Our lawyers will complete necessary paperwork, including that which you probably do not know about, and create bylaws, operating agreements, partnership agreements, or articles of incorporation, depending on your specific needs.

Additionally, our business attorneys previously worked in the business field and in some cases owned their own company. This cross-career experience means their thinking has wider scope than simply business law—but seeks to fulfill a company’s needs.

At Kalara Law Firm, we help your business establish a distinct marketing direction and assist in developing a concrete operational plan for your company. Our services include:

  • Helping you determine what type of business entity to become
  • Maximizing the chance of success for your company
  • Determining short and long-term business plans
  • Preparing and reviewing contracts
  • Providing tax advice
  • Negotiating deals
  • Creating local entities and local contracts

Our open, communicative attorneys work with you to determine which business structure is most appropriate for your given situation. We consider a variety of elements, such as your risk level, management style, and ultimate goal. Our team works with individuals or groups interested in starting:

  • LLCs
  • Corporations
  • Non-profits
  • Partnerships
  • Sole proprietorships
  • S corporations
  • Family limited partnerships
  • LLPs

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