Business Formation

Business Formation

Creating The Framework For Your Vision

Starting a new business is an incredible and exhilarating process. There’s nothing like seeing your vision become a reality. And while there are many reasons to be excited, you still need to make sure you and your business are protected. By working with a business formation attorneylike The LaunchUp Lawyer, you can create the company you’ve dreamed of while making sure you’re covered on the legal side of things.

Entity Formations – Defining Your Business

One of the first steps in starting a business is deciding what type of business entity you want to form. This is more important than you might think because making changes later on can be complicated – and expensive.

Whether it’s a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a corporation, an S corporation, or even a Limited Liability Company (LLC), you need the advice from an expert business formation attorneylike me, The LaunchUp Lawyer. Once you walk me through your business goals, and those of your co-founders, we can decide on which type of entity will protect you the most from exposure and personal liability. After that, we can set up your business and ensure that everything from that point on goes through the entity and make sure you’re starting out on the right foot.

Operating Agreement and Bylaws – You Make The Rules

After you have your business entity established, it’s time to create your operating agreement or bylaws. Now, I can hear you asking yourself, “Do I really need a lawyerwhen I’m the one in charge of these decisions?” Think about it. These governing documents are setting the tone for your entire business, and by working with a law firm with experience with operating agreements and bylaws, you can avoid management misunderstandings and give your company added protection.

At The LaunchUp Lawyer, I can assist you in writing your certificates of formation, articles of incorporation, corporate bylaws, and LLC operating agreements. I’ll make sure everything complies with your state laws, is fair to you and your stakeholders, and provides protection for years to come.