Business Law & Business Entity Formation

The Law Offices of Jennifer D. Peshke, P.A. can incorporate and form your new business quickly, and usually for a flat fee. All you need to have in mind when you meet with Ms. Peshke is the idea and the anticipated business name. We handle the drafting work and filing necessary to form your entity correctly. Our new business startup services begin with an in-depth initial consultation where we go over the different entities available and help you understand which one is right for your new business. Then we create and file your articles, shareholder agreements, bylaws, operating agreement, and share certificates.

As your business incorporation lawyer, we can help you with:

  • S-Corporations, C-Corporations
  • Fully customized bylaws
  • LLC’s: Limited Liability Companies with custom operating agreements Partnerships, Limited Partnerships,
  • Limited Liability Limited Partnerships
  • IRS Subchapter-S election choices, and IRS Form 2553 issues
  • IRS Entity Classification elections IRS Form 8832
  • Buy Sell Arrangements
  • Shareholder and Investment Agreements
  • Corporate Minutes and Shareholder Notice Documents
  • Stock and LLC Interest certificates

The Law Offices of Jennifer D. Peshke, P.A. wants to help you get your business formed, at an affordable price. The Law Offices of Jennifer D. Peshke, P.A.’s flat fee business entity formation service gives you the ability to meet with an attorney and take whatever time is needed to get a full understanding of business formation law and the formation process. It also lets you contact our attorneys without fear of hourly billing during the formation process. From the start, you will know the cost up front and can rest assured that the number you have put in your business plan for attorney formation costs stays where it is, unchanged, throughout the formation process.

Don’t start your business off on the wrong foot by trying to save start up costs with an online business incorporation kit:

Business entity formation is a confusing process. What entity is best? LLC or Corporation? Which tax status? Sub-S? LLC with an 8832? How do you document percent ownership among partners? Who has decision-making power, voting rights? Who gets what in dissolution? What about taxes? It is critical to have a business lawyer advise you specifically on each topic, after taking into account your exact legal and tax position.

Cheap “self-help” incorporation and LLC formation sites often create real disasters for business owners. If you are considering using a cheap incorporation service or downloading some operating agreement off the internet and ‘doing it yourself’, DON’T. Many litigation cases and business law disputes stem directly from poorly written and badly thought-out shareholder agreements. Your business is too important to risk losing simply because you wanted to make your first step a cost saving step.

Business Law Counseling and Advice post Business Entity Formation:

After forming your corporation or LLC, The Law Offices of Jennifer D. Peshke, P.A. can also help you negotiate the complex legal issues that are part of mergers, acquisitions, and commercial real estate law. As your business grows and your business needs change, we can help you reorganize your corporation for greater tax advantage and to meet the changing needs of shareholders. In addition, our business knowledge gives us the experience to help you avoid many of the start-up issues that lead to disputes and litigation as your business grows.

Business Entity Formation for Asset Protection Purposes:

People form business entities for many reasons, including to hold legal title to real property in the name of the business entity, and for general asset protection purposes.

If you are concerned about asset protection and want to learn more about how business entity formation and re-titling real property into the name of a business entity can meet your current and long term asset protection goals, contact The Law Offices of Jennifer D. Peshke, P.A. today for your initial consultation.

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