Selecting the proper organizational form for a new business starts with the goals and objectives of the prospective owners. Our Los Angeles Business Attorneys assess the immediate needs as well as long term goals as the business grows and matures. Our process begins with interviewing the owner to determine the scope and nature of the business activity (manufacturing, research and development, professional services, etc...) Other necessary considerations include, but are not limited to, the number of participants in the business, their ROI or compensation; available capital or credit; financial and operational risks; record keeping; anticipated term of the business venture, whether a single transaction or venture or a going concern; and any legal requirements.

There are several types of business entities, each with its own advantages or disadvantages.  We consult in the formation of corporations, S corps, personal service corporations, professional corporations, general partnerships, limited partnerships, LLCs, LLPs, joint ventures, business trusts, not-for-profits and sole proprietorships. We help you identify and address the various advantages and disadvantages of different entities during the selection process and provide you with the necessary information for more complex information such as tax treatment of an LLP v. an S-corp.

The corporate services provided by our Los Angeles Business lawyers also include drafting related forms and other documents such as Letters of Intent, Confidentiality Agreements, Privacy Policies, Terms and Conditions, Memoranda of Understanding, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Transfer Agreements, Dissolution Agreements or other custom or special purpose documents.

Our Los Angeles based attorneys are business trained and whether you need to form your Corporation or LLC, or need to sell or transfer interest, our Attorneys are experienced and qualified to perform the various types of Corporate and LLC business transactions.We provide these services at both hourly and flat fee rates.  Contact us today for a free consultation. 

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