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Business Entity Formation

When starting a business, it is important to consider what type of business entity you will form.  There are several types of business entity structures to choose from, including sole proprietorship, general partnership, limited partnership, Limited Liability Company (LLC), S-corporation, C-corporation, and nonprofit corporation.  In determining which type of business structure is right for your venture, there are many things to consider, such as the day-to-day operations of your company, tax implications, and whether your personal assets are at risk.  The business attorneys at Bruno Law will explain the differences between the entity types and will advise you on finding the business structure that provides you with the ideal combination of legal protections and benefits.

Once you have determined which type of legal entity is best for your business, our attorneys will assist you in setting up the entity structure and will draft any internal governance agreements that you may need, such as operating agreements, partnership agreements, bylaws, and shareholder agreements.

To schedule your initial consultation with the Bruno Law business attorneys, call us at 610-258-4003 or fill out the Contact form.

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