Forming Business Entities


Doing business as a corporation can protect you from individual liability related to your business activities. To better serve your business purpose, you may need to choose between the two types of corporations, S corporations and C corporations.  Our attorneys can provide services tailored to your business purpose and assist you to form your corporation properly pursuant to the legal requirements.

Limited Liability Company

A limited liability company (LLC) can be formed by one or more individuals or entities through a special written agreement. The agreement details the organization of the LLC, including provisions for management, assignability of interests, and distribution of profits and losses. Our attorneys can assist you in forming your LLC properly.

Sole Proprietorship

A sole proprietorship is one individual or married couple in business alone.  Along with the great flexibility of management and total control of the business, the business owner of sole proprietorship is personally liable for all debts incurred by the business. Our attorneys can assist you when you are making decisions in forming your sole proprietorship.