Starting or reforming your business?
When you are creating a new business or restructuring an existing business, you and any other owners need to make crucial decisions. For example, you will need to finalize which business type best suits your organization. Business types include: a sole proprietorship, a limited partnership, a limited liability partnership, a general partnership, a corporation (Subchapter C or S), a limited liability company (LLC), a non-profit organization, or a Family Limited Partnership (LLP). The attorneys at Mooney Law assist clients in making the right business formation decisions — and prepare the documents necessary to establish that formation type. Our business formation areas of practice include:
- Small business startups
- Corporate and business planning
- Fictitious name registration
- Real estate matters for business formation
The business experience of the attorneys at Mooney Law allows us to assist our clients in making the right decisions for their particular circumstances. Owners need to consider the startup costs, the complexity of reporting requirements, the personal liability issues, the tax consequences, and the legal burden imposed by statutes and regulations. The business law attorneys at Mooney Law have a long and fruitful history of helping business owners determine their goals and the best way to achieve those goals. Contact us as one of the first steps towards starting or reforming a business.