Orlando and Central Florida Business Formation and Organization Attorneys Sole Proprietorships - Partnerships- Corporations and LLCs - Reorganize Your Business
Once you decide to open your own business, from the very start you are faced with legal decisions that will affect how your business operates in the future. All of the various regulations, IRS forms, issues with shareholders, and insurance considerations involved in creating a business can leave you with hundreds of burning questions. What are your legal responsibilities as a business owner?
Whether you are planning a start-up company such as a salon, spa, retail store, restaurant, charity, or construction company, reorganizing your existing business, expanding your business through acquisitions or new developments, or you have commercial or residential real estate holdings, an attorney experienced in business planning and asset protection can show you how to get set up in a way that protects you from liability. As business law experts, we’ve taken care of the legal details for numerous business owners who simply wanted to focus on building the company.
Located in Orlando, and representing individuals, companies, and small businesses throughout Florida, the lawyers at Pierce & Associates, P.L. utilize business organization strategies and entity selection to help you manage, operate and protect what you’ve worked so hard to build.
Business Organization in the State of Florida
You have many options regarding entity selection when you’re just getting started. Depending on your situation, different selections have benefits and limitations that could impact you or your business. We will take the time to explain your options, including the benefits and limitations of each one. Some of your choices of entities include:
- Incorporation (including C-corporations and S-corporations)
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Partnerships (including limited partnerships, such as an LLP, PLLP and general partnerships)
- Professional Businesses (including a PC, PLLC and PA)
- Charitable Organizations
- Sole Proprietorships
We also discuss business strategies with you, helping you consider all angles so you can make fully informed choices. For example, if you have several real estate holdings, you may want to consider a separate company for each piece of property for purposes of asset protection. This way, you avoid having one unsuccessful piece of property drag down other successful properties.
We can also advise you on how each choice affects your tax liability.
Confused about how it all works? Please schedule a consultation with John Pierce by calling us now at 407-898-4848 or filling out our intake form on our Contact page.