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Corporate Law

Corporate & Limited Liability Company Law (LLC)

Serving Entrepreneurs and Businesses Nationwide

At Barth Calderon LLP, we take our responsibility to protect the rights of our clients’ corporations very seriously. Many situations may require you to take immediate action so that you can avoid legal issues in the future.

All stages of a business’ operations are regulated by both state and federal agencies, and it is difficult to expand your company without the interference and oversight of government. Corporate law refers to the governing of interactions between publically owned companies. Our asset protection lawyers can provide you with the counsel and legal services necessary to successfully complete the corporate matters you are facing.

Development of an LLC

Limited liability companies (LLC) are a form of operation that is similar to a civil law corporation. An LLC offers the benefits of a corporation, while its tax freedoms closely resemble those of a partnership. An advantage of a limited liability company is that the owner’s liability is limited to the financial investment within the company. LLCs are classified as partnerships for income tax purposes, so members can avoid the double tax regime associated with corporations. At Barth Calderon LLP, we can further discuss advantages of forming an LLC and how you can get the most out of the company’s structure during a consultation with you.

If you have chosen to operate an LLC, our legal team can help you obtain an operating agreement to establish ownership and to state the rules that will be followed. LLCs are treated in a similar manner to corporations and many undertakings fall under corporate law. An individual who places their money in an LLC will only risk losing their investment and will not have to pay more if the company falls into substantial debt. Limitation of risk is the primary objective of this type of business entity. Our asset protection attorneys can walk you through all of the analysis necessary to weigh the option of an LLC. Call today for a free case evaluation!