New Jersey Business Formation Attorneys
Lawyers at , our New Jersey business law firm, assist new ventures and growing businesses with business formation/choice of entity and related contract drafting and applications. The quality of legal representation during business planning and formation can have a significant and far-reaching effect on a company’s profits, the personal liability of the owners, and the ability to take advantage of subsequent business opportunities as they arise.
Types of Business Formations
Whether you are just starting a business or reorganizing an existing business to maximize profits and limit liability, business forms involve specific benefits and risks, primarily related to taxation, personal liability and management/operational control. We handle all types of business formations such as:
- Sole proprietorships
- Joint ventures
- Limited liability partnerships (LLP)
- S corporations
- C corporations
- Limited liability companies (LLC)
- Nonprofit corporations
Unnecessarily high expenses from taxation, insurance and business disputes can drain profits and interfere with operations. Poorly drafted business partnership agreements, operating agreements or articles of incorporation may prevent stakeholders from reacting to the marketplace or a family-owned business from carrying on in the event of dissolution. Smart planning now can save a great deal of money and frustration down the road.
Let Our Skilled Business Law Attorneys Help
Whether you are contemplating a new venture or are involved in small business planning to increase market share, the attorneys at , can help you select an entity that is suited to your situation. We also prepare and file all necessary documentation to establish your business in good standing under state laws and provide assistance with name searches, registrations, compliance with federal, state and local regulations, and preparation and monitoring of all necessary licenses and permits. For more information, see our article: Legal Aspects of Starting and Running a Small Business.
Legal Advice on Business Formation
Attorneys at , assist new ventures and established businesses in securing and documenting business financing, the negotiation and drafting of contracts involving mergers and acquisitions, employment law, protection of trade secrets, commercial real estate leases, resolution of contract disputes, planning for business succession breakup.
For additional information regarding business formation, select Legal Aspects of Starting and Running a Small Business by Richard J. Lambert, Esq., or visit Frequently Asked Questions about Business Law.
Contact Our Paramus Partnership Lawyers
Protection of your business interest may require the advice of an experienced attorney. If you would like to discuss your concerns, please contact our Paramus, NJ office and make arrangements to speak with a lawyer. Call us today at 201-957-0874.