Business Formation & Counseling

Business Formation and Counseling

Adding and Removing LLC Members or Corporate Shareholders

Most businesses change their shareholders over time. Adding and removing business owners can have a tremendous impact on a company. For the company to continue to thrive it is best to have this transition done in an orderly fashion and in writing. Click here to learn more about adding or removing LLC Members or Corporate Shareholders.

Contract Drafting and Review

Contracts are the building blocks of business and commerce. When you are drafting a contract or have been presented with a contract to sign, it is imperative that you understand each of the terms and conditions, including the legal ease. Signing without understanding is one of the biggest mistakes businesses make. Click here to learn more about contracts.

Customer and Vendor Contracts

Contracts between customers and vendors are specialized forms of contracts. These agreements are frequently subject to special rules called the Uniform Commercial Code. Click here to learn more about Customer and Vendor Contracts.

Lease Drafting and Negotiations

A lease is a specialized contract, typically for the rental of a home, office, building, warehouse or business equipment. The rules surrounding leases vary depending on the type of lease. How the terms are negotiated will determine how the lease is drafted and what your obligations are. Click here to learn more about leases.

LLC and Corporate Formation

If you want to go into business, you should use a business entity to protect your personal assets. There are several entity types, and hiring a lawyer can help you choose the best one and draft the formation documents to make sure your business has a solid foundation to start from. Click here to learn more about forming an LLC or Corporation.

Operating Agreements

Operating Agreements typically govern members and managers rights and responsibilities in an LLC, but may be used in a Corporation, Partnership or any other type of business or personal endeavor. Click here to learn more about the usefulness of Operating Agreements.

Organizational and Annual Minutes

One of the prices of obtaining the personal protection provided by an LLC or Corporation is that certain organizational formalities must be observed. These formalities include things like meeting minutes and maintaining corporate records. Click here to learn more about Organizational and Annual Minutes.

Statutory Agent Services

A Statutory Agent is a person or entity that a company designates to receive service of process of lawsuits and other official notices on behalf of the company. Click here to learn more about Statutory Agents.


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Since 1967, serving the Valley of the Sun, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Chandler, Tempe, Mesa, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Cave Creek, Carefree, Fountain Hills, Glendale, Surprise, Goodyear, Peoria, El Mirage, Sun City and other outer lying areas and counties, including, but not limited to Maricopa County, Pinal County, Coconino County, Yavapai County and Yuma County.

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