Memphis Business Formation Lawyer
There are numerous legal forms that a business can take when it is formed. The most common concerns that should be considered are the personal liability protection that a certain corporate form affords to its owners, the ease of administration, tax consequences and owners rights.
The decision of whether to set your business up as a corporation, S corporation, limited liability company, general partnership, joint venture or any other form of business can be confusing and a knowledgeable attorney can be very helpful. In addition, there are often numerous steps that must be taken, forms that must be submitted to various governmental agencies and corporate documents such as by-laws and operating agreements that must be drafted in order to properly form your business. If you are unfamiliar with the process and its requirements this can be a daunting task to undertake on your own.
Finally, the attorneys of Crislip, Philip & Royal are mindful that the start-up costs of a business is an important factor to a new owner and as a result we strive to maintain reasonable prices while still providing quality work. To discuss how we can help you with your business venture please contact us.