Representing Small Businesses
I assist clients in forming small businesses and represent small businesses in many matters including the acquisition or sale of a business, the formation of a business entity and the resolution of business disputes.
A “small business” describes a business enterprise in which the stock or other ownership interests are not traded publicly. In helping clients decide which entity to form, I will discuss the various entities available for the operation of a small business and some considerations in selecting among them for a particular business venture.
I can assist with corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, joint ventures and sole proprietorships. While the client may have a particular entity in mind, such as an S-corporation or a limited liability company, it may become apparent, upon a thorough review of the facts, that a different entity may better serve the client’s needs. A client should be prepared to discuss with me the number and relationship of the principals involved, the nature of the business, the present size of the business and its reasonably anticipated future growth potential. The appropriate business entity can then be determined and the necessary documents drafted to protect the client’s interests.
I and my staff are experienced professionals focused on superior representation of the client’s business needs. We work closely with the client and the client’s accountants and other financial advisors to do everything possible to make the enterprise successful.
- Quality advice
- Expert representation of your interests
- Concern for your financial and personal welfare
- Undivided loyalty and confidentiality
- Skill, experience and focused attention to detail
- Quality work at competitive prices
- Dedicated customer service and excellent client communication
We are committed to your business success.