Starting up and running a small business can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many issues many start-ups and small businesses miss when the entrepreneurial spirit takes hold.
Should I create an LLC for or incorporate my business?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of doing so?
I have a sole proprietorship. How do I protect my personal assets from claims against my business?
Do I need a tax I.D. Number? How about a vendor’s license? Where do I get them?
I want to add employees. Can I pay them as a contractor and send them a 1099 at the end of the year, or am I required to send them a W-2?
I am leasing space and have questions regarding the terms of my lease.
Should I have my customers sign a written contract? What should be included in the contract?
A knowledgeable attorney can help you answer these questions, help you set up your business so as to avoid legal issues, and help you draft the documents you decide you need for your business within your budget. Select an attorney to discuss your business situation and decide what if any level of legal services that suits your needs and your budget.
(LLCs, Corporations and Business Ventures, Government Regulations and Compliance, Contracts, Commercial Leases, Employee Relations)