Advising New Jersey Businesses on Formation and Organization Matters
While starting a new business presents an exciting opportunity, the process requires extensive planning and sound decision-making. The business and corporate law attorneys at Einhorn Barbarito have extensive experience advising clients on the planning, organizing and structuring of new and existing businesses. Since 1961, our firm has been providing proactive business legal counsel to companies throughout the state of New Jersey. We understand the challenges confronting business owners and are committed to making sure that you have the advice and information you need to get your enterprise off to the right start.
Helping Clients Select the Right Legal Entity for Their Business Enterprise
Forming a new business involves many decisions, including the choice of the entity or legal structure for the company. Our business and corporate lawyers regularly counsel clients on the various structural options available to new businesses, including:
- C Corporations
- S Corporations
- Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
- Limited Partnerships
- General Partnerships
- Sole Proprietorships
Whether this is your first time launching a new business or you are looking to expand a current enterprise, we begin the process by taking the time to understand your goals and motivations. Our lawyers will explain the advantages and disadvantages associated with the various legal entities, most notably tax and liability considerations, and recommend the entity that best suits your business venture. By carefully listening to your plans for your business, we can help you build a foundation that sets your company up for success today and into the future.
Negotiating and Drafting Corporate Documents? Seek New Jersey Business Legal Counsel Today
Whether the decision is to form the business as a corporation, LLC, partnership or sole proprietorship, our team will prepare the documents to memorialize the relationship between the entity and the owners. Our lawyers have deep experience working with new and expanding businesses and are equipped to negotiate and draft all corporate documents from inception to dissolution. We prepare all types of contracts, including:
- Corporate Bylaws
- Partnership Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Operating Agreements
- Buy-Sell Agreements
- Employment Contracts
- Business Licensing
Our attorneys provide sound legal guidance at each step in the process and we make certain that the appropriate contractual provisions are in place to protect your business from legal problems and challenges that may arise down the road.
If you need assistance with any aspect of corporate formation, the business lawyers at Einhorn Barbarito have the knowledge and resources to help you get your business to where you want it to be. Our firm is well recognized throughout the New Jersey business community for our ability to steer companies through all types of organizational and operational challenges. We take a business approach to resolving legal matters and provide ongoing guidance commensurate with your individual goals and objectives. Call our law offices today to find out how our New Jersey business legal counsel (awkward) can help you structure your company for future success.Print PDF
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