Incorporating is one of the best ways a business owner can protect his or her personal assets. When you incorporate, you are creating a new, separate, legal entity to run your business, owned by stockholders (you, any family that is involved, and/or any business partners you have), and run by one or more corporate officers (again, you, family, and/or partners).
This entity creation separates your personal assets from your business liabilities. As an added bonus, it can create an environment for substantial savings on self-employment tax and additional tax write-offs, which can create significant savings when tax time comes around!
When preparing your comprehensive Business Entity Formation, we will provide:
- C Corporation or S Corporation Formation
- LLC, LLP, or Partnership Formation
- Director and Officer Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- General Contracts Preparation
If you, or someone you know is in need of the above-mentioned legal services, please call our office at (619) 683-2545 to schedule a free, no obligation, one-on-one consultation with one of our experienced Estate Planning lawyers to discuss your legal needs.