Estate Planning in Upstate South Carolina
Entrepreneurs must juggle countless tasks and competing priorities well before they open shop, including the creation of a legal structure. Business formation is a necessary early step when starting a business, whether you're registering a simple DBA, incorporating or forming a partnership. The way in which your business is formed will determine the personal liability of the founders, how taxes are paid, and other important details. For example, a sole proprietor typically makes decisions on her or his own, while a partner in a partnership must get approval from all other partners prior to making major decisions for the company.
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Hiring an experienced attorney to help you strategically navigate through the various options of corporate forms will pay for itself exponentially. For a consultation with an attorney please fill out our contact form beside or call us, we will get in contact with you shortly thereafter and help you though your business journey.
What are the major structures we help establish?
there are several business models we've helped establish in our years of service some of these main business legal structures we represent and assist with formation are:
- Sole Proprietorship
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
our corporate business attorneys can help with all aspects of forming a corporation in South Carolina. We can advise you on how to set up and maintain a legal entity, how to file the necessary documents, and how to stay in compliance with all legal requirements. Contact us today for more information and set up a time to talk about your plans.