Entity Formation Attorneys in Southern California
Helping Businesses in Orange County Get Their Start
Starting a business can be an exciting prospect whether you’re a career entrepreneur or striking out on your own for the first time. You’re excited about bringing your new products and services to the market, and why shouldn’t you be? You know they can make the lives of your customers and clients better while leading you to financial prosperity.
Before any of that can happen, however, you have to figure out how you’ll organize your business. At Adams Corporate Law, we can help. For decades, we’ve been a go-to source for helping startups and small businesses get their start. Your dream of creating a viable business that can grow into something great can begin by reaching out to our entity formation attorneys in Southern California for assistance.
Your Company’s Structure Matters
Establishing a business entity presents owners with a wide array of options to choose from. Each type comes with its own perks and responsibilities that only you can decide are right for you. Understanding the differences between business entities is sometimes not always as clear as it should be.
Your choice of entity and tax treatment is driven by your long term business plans, whether you need growth financing, and your intended exit (retirement, sale to a strategic buyer, or going public through in initial public offering). If this is a family business then an LLC is probably the best choice. If this is a high growth tech startup then a Delaware C corporation is likely the right choice.
Beginning with the end in mind and understanding the pros and cons of different entities will help minimize your tax burden on a sale, maximize asset protection strategies, and avoid the costs of changing your entity down the road.
Our Southern California business formation attorneys can help with the following entities:
- Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
- Limited Partnerships
- Joint Ventures
- C Corporations
- Sub-Chapter S Corporations
- Nonprofit Corporations
- Anonymous Ownership Entities
All of these entities come with unique circumstances that business owners should be aware of. Not having a full grasp of your personal or company’s liabilities can lead to serious legal consequences down the road, but Adams Corporate Law can help you avoid them. Reach out to our attorneys for assistance when you want someone with decades of formation experience to advise you throughout the process.
Contact Adams Corporate Law online to schedule a consultation with our entity formation attorneys in Orange County & surrounding cities.
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