Business Formation (California Corporations, LLC’s, Partnerships and Non Profits)
Choosing a Legal Structure for your Business
One of the first decisions that you will have to make as a business owner is how the company should be structured. Anyone can fill out the basic paperwork to incorporate a business, but knowing what the most appropriate entity is and how to best structure it is what really matters.
David Meyer Law offers the expertise needed to select the right entity based on you and your business goals, structure the entity accordingly and prepare all applicable support documents. Whether you should operate as a Corporation, Limited Liability Company, Partnership, or Sole Proprietorship depends on more than just who will own your business and what its activities will be.
The business entity chosen will impact your personal liability, partnerships, investments into your business, the amount of regulatory paperwork needed to operate, and the taxes you must pay.
Let David Meyer Law help you with more than just the legal forms
- Legal Structure Selection
- Legal Structure Comparison
- Sole Proprietorship
- “C” & “S” Corporations
- Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s)
- Nonprofit Organizations
- Articles of Incorporation
- Operating Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Formation of tax-exempt not-for-profit companies (e.g. 501(c)(3));
- Fictitious Business Names (DBA’s)