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    Business Formations

    There is a difference between simply starting a business and building a foundation for a bustling enterprise. The fact that you have made it to this point means you are likely more interested in starting a new business or forming a new incorporation. That is where we come in.

    Starting and Operating a Business

    Starting without an attorney experienced in business is like exploring the Florida Everglades without a tour guide. Sure, you might be able to figure it out on your own eventually, but you also might get eaten by a gator, bitten by a venomous snake, get trapped in the mud, or simply get lost and starve. Wouldn’t it make more sense to team up with a guide?

    We know the legal terrain and will help you navigate around the pitfalls so you can focus on the other important aspects of running your business.

    Our business planning and formation team is comprised of experienced entrepreneurs—those who have not only planned and formed businesses, but those who have followed through with growing businesses, deployed in multiple markets, raised capital, conducted mergers, and taken enterprises public. We have a unique combination of both legal theory and practical business experience that ultimately serves to benefit you.

     

    There is a difference between simply starting a business and building a foundation for a bustling enterprise. The fact that you have made it to this point means you are likely more interested in starting a new business or forming a new incorporation. That is where we come in.

    Starting and Operating a Business

    Starting without an attorney experienced in business is like exploring the Florida Everglades without a tour guide. Sure, you might be able to figure it out on your own eventually, but you also might get eaten by a gator, bitten by a venomous snake, get trapped in the mud, or simply get lost and starve. Wouldn’t it make more sense to team up with a guide?

    We know the legal terrain and will help you navigate around the pitfalls so you can focus on the other important aspects of running your business.

    Our business planning and formation team is comprised of experienced entrepreneurs—those who have not only planned and formed businesses, but those who have followed through with growing businesses, deployed in multiple markets, raised capital, conducted mergers, and taken enterprises public. We have a unique combination of both legal theory and practical business experience that ultimately serves to benefit you.

    When to Set a Consultation

    The earlier you talk to an attorney is often the better. If you are just starting out, it is probably a good idea to have at least a couple of the important elements of the business in mind such as who and where your target market is, how you will be conducting sales, and where you might want your business to be in the next year, five years, or ten years. However, you should speak to an attorney before you begin any advertising or sales.

    What to Expect

    Every business idea is unique. This means what worked for the last person will not necessarily work for you. We will need to know everything we can about your business or business idea and your plans for the future. Taking that into account, we can provide several paths to take to reach your goals. Most paths, however, start with the basics.

    Questions?

    Let's chat in-person or virtually and let's work on solutions for you or your business.

    Andrew David Easler

    Andrew David Easler, Esq.

    Founder & Managing Attorney

    Overview of our Company Formation Process

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    Choosing a Name

    Originality is important not only for marketing and branding, but originality is critical to avoiding possible legal conflicts in the future.

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    Making it Official

    We will draft the rules your business entity will follow and register it. We can also help with maintaining compliance through periodic filings and amendments.

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    Selecting an Entity

    We will help you determine which structure is right for you and your business. Common choices include Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and Corporations.

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    Growing

    When you’re ready, we will help your business grow through debt, equity, or both. Check out our securities and finance page to learn more.