Incorporating your business is not as easy as filling out a form? Caught in the web of self-incorporating?
You’re starting a business. Congratulations! You’ve decided that incorporating your business is the best path for your company…now what? You go online and see that the paperwork is more confusing and intimidating than you imagined. You can also see that the wisest choice would be to hire a business lawyer that handles incorporations. But, you decide that the lawyer’s cost is too high so instead you opt for one of those online “Do It Yourself” websites. You manage to tackle the task of incorporating; and, you move on to your next big task. Months, even years go by, before one of your co-owners sues you for “his half” of the business. When you review your incorporation paperwork, you that realize your forgot to specify exactly how much “his half” was, and now you’re on the hook for a large sum of money. That large sum of money could have been saved if had you initially consulted with an incorporation lawyer to properly establish the legal structure of your business entity.
When it comes to dealing with your business, it’s understandable to want to take full control. After all, you’ve managed to get this far on your own. However, so much is at stake from tax issues to business contracts and regulation compliance, working with an incorporation lawyer is a benefit that works to pay for itself in the long run.
A good incorporation lawyer will catch all the foreseeable “what ifs” that may come up in your business. Both contractually and legally, an incorporation lawyer works to set you on a firm legal foundation for virtually anything that your business may potentially face. An incorporation lawyer also knows that the incorporation process is not simply a one-time thing. As your business grows and evolves, so does its legal incorporation needs. For example, if the terms or articles of your company’s incorporation changes, you’ll need to file those changes with your state government to remain in compliance with state regulations. This process can often be difficult, and the paperwork can be confusing. However, a business savvy incorporation lawyer can handle this process for your business with ease.
Collaborating with an incorporation lawyer also means that you can rest assured that the process is done correctly the first time. Sometimes, a business owner may take the risk of handling the incorporation process by themselves, leaving both them and their business open to costly liabilities that could have easily been prevented through working with a competent attorney.
With A.A. Castro Complex Litigation, Appeals & Negotiation, PLLC, your business’ incorporation will be handled properly. We not only handle this process for your company, but we also stick with you and your company as you grow. Our business relationships with some of New York’s top service providers prove to be invaluable down the road, when company issues, such as taxes, employment, and other legal issues arise. Managing Attorney Angel A. Castro, III, Esq. and his legal team are well-versed in business law, and we look forward to walking you and your company through the incorporation process.
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