A limited liability company (“LLC”) is the easiest way to launch your business.
That’s why the LLC is a common choice for new businesses and why its popularity is growing.
An LLC can help protect you from being personally liable for your business’s liabilities. Using an LLC can give you peace of mind without requiring significant cost or complexity.
LLCs give you the flexibility to run your business with fewer formalities. They provide nearly identical benefits to corporations, but with less paperwork. This means that LLCs are simpler to start and operate than corporations. For example, unlike corporations, many LLCs are not required to have a board of directors or officers, or to use written resolutions or to keep corporate minutes.
LLCs are also easier and less expensive to form. This makes LLCs the best choice for many startups and small businesses. LLCs can also be eligible for “pass-through” or “partnership” taxation, avoiding the “double tax”. This makes them appealing to businesses of all sizes.
At Roberts Law, we frequently form LLCs and prepare LLC agreements. We regularly give clients advice about LLCs, and we can help you decide whether an LLC is right for you.
We also work with accountants, insurance agents, real estate agents, wealth advisors, and other professionals to assist their clients with their LLC needs.
Our services include:
- Is an LLC right for me?
- Advantages and disadvantages of LLCs
- LLC vs. S-corporation vs. Sole Proprietorship vs. Partnership
- How do I use my LLC to protect myself from personal liability?
- Should my LLC be managed by “members” or “managers”?
- Should I make special tax elections for my LLC?
- LLC formation and startup
- Professional LLC formation (for doctors, accountants, architects, etc.)
- Get an EIN (Employer Identification Number), aka “Tax ID Number”
- Prepare an initial Operating Agreement (aka “Limited Liability Company Agreement”_
- Transfer an existing business into an LLC
- Help with regulatory approvals for LLCs
- Prepare Buy-Sell Agreements
- Change an LLC’s name or registered address
- Agreements to add or remove LLC members
- Change Operating Agreements
- Buy or sell LLC interests
- LLC mergers and reorganizations
- Dissolutions of LLCs
An Operating Agreement sets the rules for how the LLC will be managed. Our services include:
- Preparing custom Operating Agreements (aka “LLC Agreements”)
- Negotiating Operating Agreements for multi-member LLCs
- Buy-Sell Agreement preparation and negotiation
We’re here for you with legal advice before, during, and after your LLC formation, and throughout the life of your business.
Why wait? Start Your LLC Now.