Owners of corporations and general businesses may wonder:
- Is a sole proprietorship, LLC, or Corporation the right choice for my business?
- What should be included in my partnership agreement?
- How do I change my business structure?
- Can I merge two corporations I own into one corporation?
- Can a stockholder’s capital contribution be zero?
- Will a DBA provide me with personal liability protection?
- If my partner owes money, can his or her creditors go after the assets of our corporation?
- Should I classify my workers as employees or independent contractors?
- Do I have all of the supporting documents I need, such as bylaws, minutes, resolutions, operating agreements, loan documents, purchase agreements, etc.?Contact us today for your business organization’s needs.
The Mukilteo Law Firm has experience answering these questions, conducting reviews of businesses’ compliance with financing and investors’ conditions, maintaining corporate minutes, advising at annual shareholder meetings, ensuring compliance with local, state and federal requirements, facilitating business licensing, and working with your insurance provider or CPA to resolve more specific disputes. While we may not actually serve as your attorney for some intellectual property needs, such as patent law, we do have experience reviewing my clients’ intellectual property needs.
Contact us today to ensure you and your business are protected today and into the future..