What Kind Of Issues Do You Handle For Small Business Law Clients?
Our firm handles all types of issues for our small business clients, from starting or maintaining a business, to closing out a business, selling a business, or making sure the business is compliant with the various local and nationwide laws and regulations. We also assist with drafting agreements for owners, such as service agreements, operating agreements, and buy-sell agreements.
We also help settle disputes between contractors, former partners, vendors, customers, or any other dispute that can arise within a business. We assist with strategic entities planning, asset protection, merging corporations, domesticating a business, dealing with other businesses overseas, or bringing in foreign employees. One of the things that sets our law firm apart from many other small business firms is that we offer all of our small businesses the ability to move towards a subscription based model to handle their regular ongoing business costs.
The subscription includes drafting a new service agreement and an annual liability review of your business. It also includes making sure that you have done simple things like filing your annual report and making sure your meeting minutes are done. All of these things are covered by our general counsel services. It’s about making our client’s lives easier.
What Factors Should Be Considered When Choosing My Business Entity?
There are a number of factors you should consider when choosing a business entity. What is your current business model? How many investors do you have? How many different layers of protection do you need? What are your tax considerations? What are your maintenance costs of various entity structures? What are your long term transitional goals for your business? What is the relationship of the parties who are starting the business?
All of these things need to be explored. What I recommend is to sit down and have a consultation with an attorney. Every person is unique, and so is every business.
For more information on Small Business Law Issues In Florida, a free consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (954) 546-7755 today.
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