Starting a Business in Florida
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Starting a business is exciting. However, whether you plan to sell lemonade or create a tech company that will change the world, choosing the right structure for your business is critical.
Choosing the right structure can protect your company, as well as your personal assets. Choosing the wrong structure can lead to a story about bad things that happened to a good person including destruction of your personal credit, loss of personal assets, lawsuits claims against both you and your company, and even loss of control of your business.
We understand the challenge of properly structuring a business because like you, we’re business people.
We also happen to be Florida Transactional and Business Law Attorneys.
An important step in launching your business is choosing the right business structure.
By carefully choosing the right business structure, you can limit your personal liability, take advantage of tax opportunities, and rest easy knowing that your company has set forth clear instructions on acceptable and efficient operation.
Our Florida business attorneys can help you choose the right business entity by listening to your concerns. We will also raise necessary considerations that you may not have considered. Most importantly, we will relieve the burden of organizing, drafting, and filing the proper documents with the state.
Business Entities to Choose From in Florida
Although your business may require a more complex structure in order to take advantage of the full protections and tax opportunities available to you, generally the most common business structures in Florida are:
- Sole Proprietorship
- General Partnership
- Incorporation of a “C” Corporation
- Incorporation of an “S” Corporation
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
- Limited Partnership
- Professional Associations
- Joint Ventures
We can help you.
Our Florida business lawyers serve clients who are starting their business in Florida in Palm Beach County, Broward County, Miami Dade County, and most other Florida cities and counties.
Our Florida Transactional Attorneys can help you choose the right business entity. We work in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami Dade County and throughout Florida.
We want to hear your story, and share our experience.