Bergen County Business Formation Lawyer
Starting a business is an exciting endeavor, but it is important to make the right decisions concerning the type of entity you select, initial business agreements, partnership agreements and other legal matters at the outset.
The experienced business law attorneys at Schepisi & McLaughlin, P.A., in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, understand the importance of building a strong business plan from the very beginning.
The decisions you make can help clarify the roles of business partners, assign debt allocation, define how the business will grow and create the foundation for long-term success.
The type of entity you select will impact your business in a number of areas. Common business entities include:
- Limited liability company (LLC)
- Limited liability partnership (LLP)
- S corporations
- Closely held business
- Family-owned business
We Will Help You Plan For The Future
By helping you put your important documents and legal agreements in place as you launch your business, our lawyers are addressing concerns that you may have five or 10 years from now. We will invest the time necessary to help you determine your short- and long-term business goals.
Founding attorney John A. Schepisi has counseled both small and large business owners for more than 45 years. Our team is committed to providing the quality of legal guidance you may expect to find at a large corporate firm with the personalized attention and focus on service that is more typically offered by smaller firms.
Our business formation lawyers welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your business objectives and answer your questions regarding selecting a business entity and other important business formation matters. Call 201-500-8914 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting.
We provide new business consulting for individuals throughout Bergen County and all of northern New Jersey.
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