Forming a business entity that meets a company’s unique needs is one of the most critical aspects of a successful startup. The appropriate entity for a startup depends on a number of factors, including the number of people involved, whether an outside investment is sought, and the importance of limiting individual liability for company debt.
We provide legal advice and guidance to new startups, growing businesses and successful entrepreneurs who may need help planning the next steps of their business. The company’s requirements and challenges are different for each phase. We support small businesses with a range of services, offering different levels of support and different products depending on where they are in their business lifecycle.
When you decide to start your own business, one of the main decisions you face is which legal entity to form. Startups have a variety of options, each with their own legal requirements and implications. Careful consideration should be given to how a particular business affects incorporation, maintenance requirements, taxes, etc. Our experienced C&LA startup attorneys can help you evaluate different options to find the right company and choose one.