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Whitehouse Station Business Formation Attorneys

Establishing a Platform for the Success of Your Enterprise

Only those who are going through the formation of a business or who have already been through the process know how intricate and complicated it can be. While licensing and formation documents seem like an annoying distraction from the work your enterprise will actually perform, they are vital for setting up your business for success. Using the wrong structure or overseeing an important factor can prematurely put an end to your business.

A crucial aspect of formation is first deciding which structure fits your goals and capability:

  • Sole proprietorship
  • General proprietorship
  • Limited partnership
  • Limited liability partnership (LLP)
  • Corporation
  • Non-profit corporation
  • Limited liability company (LLC)

Establishing the structure then allows for insight into the other important questions, such as what will the be the limits of your liability, how will you define your customers, and where you will hold your corporate offices. Our firm is then equipped to help you design employment contracts and make sure that your enterprise is fit for full-time employment. It’s highly important to protect yourselves at this time with qualified business law attorneys.

Put Our Experienced Legal Team on Your Side

Starting a new business is an exciting and scary time for a new entrepreneur. You will be getting encouragement, words of caution, and advice from many different sources, even when you do not ask. There are many myths that get perpetuated this way, and many business owners rely on bad advice and make the mistake of assuming that because nothing bad has happened, they are protected against something bad happening.

Whether you are starting a new business or expanding your current business, the professionals at Tune Law Group are available to you to help you better understand the law, and how to structure and insure your business so that you understand what the risks are and how they affect you.

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