Business Formation and Incorporation

Achieving Your Goals for Business Formation and Incorporation

Starting a new business is an exciting opportunity, but there can be many challenges along the way. Choosing the proper legal structure can be the difference between success and failure. Entrepreneurs that are starting a new business have multiple steps and tasks to complete. One of those steps is selecting the proper legal structure for the business. The various types of business entities organized under Florida state laws affect taxes, legal liability of the owners, control over business decisions, and other matters. For this reason, the decisions encompassing business formation should be made with an experienced business law attorney familiar with your industry’s unique requirements.
Trustworthy legal representation is vital for both new and seasoned business owners. The Downer Law has extensive experience in business formation. Our legal team develops and executes the legal agreements and documents essential to form the appropriate entity. From business formation to a succession plan, we can help you achieve your objectives.

Types of Business Entities in Florida

Downer Law Can Help You Make the Right Choice

The decision to choose a legal structure for business formation is complicated. Key considerations are the size of the business, whether you plan on hiring employees, liability risks, tax consequences, and your goals for the company’s long-term growth. If you are a new business owner or just thinking about a business start-up, contact our legal team to discuss your vision for the future. If you already have a business structure that is not working for you, we can help you convert to one that better suits your needs.

As attorneys with extensive business experience, we guide our clients for the successful launch or expansion of a business in various industries. Let us analyze your business and find the structure that will give you the right balance of legal protections and benefits.

Contact Downer Law to schedule an appointment at our office.

We represent clients in Volusia, Seminole, and Orange county.

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