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Talking with a lawyer can help you make the best decisions for your small business.

Choosing a business entity is an important first step in the journey of your business. Do you really want to leave this part to chance when you have the option of nailing it the first time? Making the right choice between an LLC, S Corp or C Corp, or perhaps even an LP or LLP, can make a big difference in how your business is managed today and in the future. You want to get this right – we can help.

Sure, you might be able to do this yourself. But there are some critical choices you need to make, and talking to a lawyer is a way to ensure you make the best possible decisions. You probably know there are sites where you could to do this yourself. But in the end, in using those sites, you’ll end up paying more than advertised, and you may not get the result you’re after. And some sites charge for legal work you don’t necessarily require.

If you want to be sure you’re making the right decisions, ask us for a free consult and we’ll let you know how best to proceed. Simply Contact Us and we’ll get in touch.

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In the meantime, feel free to browse the website for information and help. The content provided on this website is geared toward businesses doing business in — or based in — California, though I can also facilitate entity formations in any other state.

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Create the business structure that’s right for you. Talk to a lawyer and get the advice you need. 

Figuring out how to, when to, whether to, and where to form an entity in compliance with state, local and federal law is a tall order. You already know that because you’ve likely been researching various sites that can help you with this.

LLC vs Inc, S Corp vs C Corp, Limited Partnership vs LLP, there are many options to consider and honestly, the decision can be daunting if you’re trying to do this on your own.

You’ve spent, and are about to spend, a great deal of time, money and personal resources to create a successful business. Implementing a plan for your business structure, and the protection of your personal assets, should not be taken lightly or left to chance.

Your job is making your business successful. My job is helping you make the right decisions with this critical step. And after we’re done, you’ll have a business lawyer you can turn to for no-nonsense, up front, and responsive answers to your legal questions – if that’s something you want down the road.

If you’ve figured out that you do, in fact, want some guidance in this decision, then let’s get in touch. I’ve helped hundreds of small businesses with the formation of a Corporation, LLC, S Corp, partnerships and more. With so many things to consider: liability, taxes, business model, growth, partners, and so on, you know there’s a lot to learn – I can help.

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