Business Formation Services
The first issue to confront most individuals planning to start a business is the structure the business should take. This decision is important as the form chosen will determine the extent of the owner's personal liability for its debts, the extent of regulatory oversight, and the type of financing that is available.
Prospective business owners should carefully consider the best business structure before they start doing business. Individuals who simply start doing business may subject their personal home and assets to liability for the company's debts or they could unintentionally create a partnership with someone who may not act in the business's best interests. Avoiding those risks, however, requires preparing and filing documents that create a legal entity separate from the owner. Once a separate company has been formed, the owner must comply with regulatory requirements and treat the business as a legally separate entity in order to maintain the protections of a business structure.
Sullenger Law Office -- now a division of Boehl, Stopher, & Graves, LLP -- can help you identify the best business structure for your needs. Once we have created the business form, we can also help you comply with legal requirements to ensure your protection. Call us at (270) 442-4369 to schedule a consultation during which we can discuss your needs and what we can do to help you.