Business Formation: Bylaws and Operating Agreements
The best way to successfully launch an enterprise business is to do so on a legal foundation that makes the most sense for the business. Your business may require Bylaws or an Operating Agreement also called a Company Agreement.
The Weaver Law Firm can discuss with you what is the best legal status for your new business. Note that the right structure is most likely the one that provides you with the most protection. We ask questions that explain the objectives and liabilities in order to create and structure an entity that will best fit your goals.
We are experienced in fitting new businesses with the most advantageous business structures:
- Limited liability companies (LLCs) and professional limited liability companies (PLLCs): When a corporate tax structure is important and protection from personal liability is imperative.
- Limited liability partnerships (LLPs): When it’s important to share profits and losses with others, and to limit the amount of risk partners take on.
- Sole proprietorships: When you want to keep your business simple and intend to personally own all business assets.
- C- and S-corporations: When you want shareholders to own the business, managers to operate it and a board of directors to oversee operations.
Whichever entity is right for your business plan, our lawyers can get you off to the right start. We can handle all paperwork filings. Depending on your business, we can also advise you on compliance issues including licensing and regulation matters.
Need to Form an LLC? Let’s Talk.
Business formation is our business. We will draft the appropriate documentation for your business, including partnership agreements, shareholder agreements and company agreements.
Naturally, because of our firm’s focus on real estate law, we are also available to advise you on real estate issues during your early stages. Perhaps you would like to transfer your real estate into an LLC or a Series-LLC. We will be glad to help.