If you are contemplating starting a new business, you have many legal questions to consider. First, you need to determine the appropriate legal form for your business. Should you set up a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited partnership, limited liability company, or a corporation? Furthermore, how do you ensure that your rights are protected when engaging in business deals? Also, how do you make certain you are complying with state and federal regulations? You need a skilled and experienced Georgia business lawyer to answer your questions and make certain your interests are protected.
Our firm regularly advises parties in connection with the structuring of their business entities including establishing corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships and other business arrangements, maintaining corporate minutes, advising on corporate governance, issuance of stock, and preparing shareholder and limited partnership agreements.
In addition, the firm regularly is involved in the sale of closely held businesses and consults regularly with such entities' accountants in terms of developing a strategy that addresses tax planning needs of the particular client.
During the past few years, the firm has been involved with the sale or purchase of many metro Atlanta area businesses that cover many different fields including manufacturing, restaurants, internet related services, mortgage brokers, insurance agencies and home builders.
Please feel free to email us or call 770-263-9993 so we can discuss your particular situation.