The legal journey of a startup business

On Behalf of | Apr 19, 2018 | Business Law |

When you have the idea to form your own Florida business, you may not be aware of all of the legal details that can go into creating a corporation. For example, starting a company requires incorporation, with all of the documents and paperwork that are involved. There are different types of incorporation, and you may be unclear about which option is best for the enterprise you wish to build. For example, an entrepreneur may wish to look into the formation of limited liability companies, limited and general partnerships, S-corps and C-corps.

All of these different types of corporations have varying legal requirements and can provide founders with differing amounts of exposure to potential personal liabilities. The tax structure can also vary from one corporate form to another. By reviewing the requirements for each type of corporation, the attorneys at Southern Legal, P.A. provide reliable advice about the best type of corporate structure for your new venture.

Once the business has been formed, there continue to be a number of outstanding issues that can require reliable legal support. When forming contracts, you’ll want to make sure that you have the security you can rely on for the next stage of your business. Business law attorneys provide representation throughout contract negotiations and review. Unfortunately, business plans can also go awry, and partnerships can develop tensions. You could face shareholder disputes, intellectual property issues or employment litigation.

The business law attorneys at Southern Legal have years of experience in working with startup and long-established corporations. They help their clients with negotiations and manage liability to achieve the best possible results for your business. You can learn more about this business law practice and how it can be of assistance to your company as it grows and succeeds.