Limited Liability Company Formation
Is an LLC or LLP right for your business?
General Partnerships, which are formed simply by two parties agreeing to go into business together for profit, do not require any formalities, but can expose parties to liabilities for both the partnership and the actions of other partners.
Limited liability companies (LLCs), or Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) provide closely-held organizations with liability protection for individual members without the overhead of maintaining a formal corporate shell.
In addition to drafting your company's Certificate of Formation, Member Agreement, and other company documents that are tailored to your company's individual needs, I can also assist you in determining whether this versatile form of doing business is the most cost-effective path for your company at this time.
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