You’ve achieved a life-long dream by starting your own business. Or maybe you’ve purchased an existing business. Whether it’s a small business, a corporation or you have succeeded in franchising your business, there are many legal ramifications of ownership.
First you need to decide if you should form, say, an LLC, a partnership, incorporate as an S corporation or form a C corporation or file a DBA? What is best for you? We can help you navigate the state and federal laws that govern business entities and the tax laws which vary depending on the type of company you choose.
Especially if you form a business as a corporation, Baxter Rose & Schrager has decades of experience working through the complex laws that can affect your company.
Not only do we advise businesses and individuals concerning the formation of new businesses, but we also deal with critical shareholder agreements, negotiation and interpretation of contracts, sales of businesses, leases, and potential breach of contract matters.
We also represent our clients in all forms of business litigation.
The attorneys at Baxter Rose & Schrager will help you address the necessary plans and safeguards for your business. And we do it sooner than later so that you are prepared for most anything that might happen in running your business. We take those concerns off your mind so you can concentrate on running and growing your business in the right way.