Our clients receive prompt and dedicated service in the formation and registration of new entities, including corporations, limited liability companies, general partnerships and various types of limited partnerships.
Our clients receive sound counsel and guidance through examining the various alternatives available for use. Whether you’re an entrepreneur looking for advice about your startup options, an established family business ready to broaden your equity base, or an experienced real estate investor who needs to protect the corporate integrity of different business entities, we can advice you and put your plans into motion.
We will assist you in the benefits and drawbacks of each entity selection alternative in light of your capital structure, growth strategy and management philosophy. And we will take care of the formation and registration of your corporation, local or domestic subsidiary, limited liability company, professional corporation, general or limited partnerships, as well as foundations and non-profit corporations. We will prepare the necessary governance documents and shareholder agreements as well.
With our extensive business, corporate and commercial experience, our firm can answer questions and assist you in formulating appropriate documentation on practically any aspect of your core business, including vendor and customer contracts, licensing and royalty agreements, professional or executive agreements, equipment or office leasing, as well as financing through debt or equity transactions.
Our clients find that we listen to their needs and prepare and review documentation to reflect those expectations clearly and enforceably.
To learn more, contact Michael W. Margrave at our AV-rated* law firm
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