Do I need to form an LLC, S-Corp, or C-Corp?
When you begin to build your business, you may have questions about how to select the best business structure to help you meet your goals. A sole proprietorship, a DBA, or a partnership may be the best option for you. Those options keep things simple, but corporate structures offer additional benefits.
If you do need to form a corporate structure, your options include:
The need for a “corporate veil” arises when you begin to have employees, when more than one person is involved in your business, or when you have substantial assets (apart from the business) that you need to protect from potential business liability.
If you have questions about setting up the best corporate structure for your business, contact us. Our business lawyer and partner will be happy to help you determine what will work best for you. If you would like to learn more, you can read the Business Category of our Law Blog.
Business Lawyer for Entrepreneurs, Small, and Medium Size Businesses
Our partner, Brian Bailey, knows the legal aspects of setting up the best type of business for you. Brian listens to your needs now, your goals for your business in the future and can help advise you. If you want to discuss the pros and cons of each type of business for your particular needs, Brian can give you the legal advice you need from the perspective of a business owner.
Before launching his legal career, Brian was a business owner himself. This means he has insight into the needs of a business that other attorneys may not be able to offer you. If you have questions, we have answers. Call us for an initial consult today: 859-236-8888.