The Khorozian Law Group is here to help you with your start up business. We can help you with the following:
- Business Formation
- Drafting and reviewing proposed Contracts & Agreements
- Purchase and sale of an existing business or real property
- Business litigation
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Types of Business Formations
Whether you are just starting a business or reorganizing an existing business to maximize profits and limit liability, business forms involve specific benefits and risks, primarily related to taxation, personal liability and management/operational control. We handle all types of business formations such as:
- Sole proprietorships
- Joint ventures
- Limited liability partnerships (LLP)
- S corporations
- C corporations
- Limited liability companies (LLC)
- Nonprofit corporations
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The Khorozian Law Group’s services are customized to the needs of the individual business and range from transactional work to complex litigation matters. The Khorozian Law Group, having knowledge of many areas of law, is always available to provide its clients with practical advice because they have knowledge that goes beyond traditional legal training. The Khorozian Law Group will not only form your entity, but it can also draft the documents that will govern the company’s operations and the relationships of all the interested parties. Smart planning now can save a great deal of money and frustration down the road.
The quality of legal representation during business planning and formation can have a significant and far-reaching effect on a company’s profits, the personal liability of the owners, and the ability to take advantage of subsequent business opportunities as they arise. Our clients contact us to help them to structure their company and to help them to address any legal concerns along the way. Contact the Khorozian Law Group to advise you with regard to your business related issues.
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How can I get out of my partnership / LLC or business agreement?
You can hire a business attorney, licensed in your jurisdiction, to help you dissolve your legal agreement, whether it be an LLC or some other business entity.
Can I sue my business partner?
Most likely yes, but you should check with an attorney first to go over your business agreement legal paperwork to determine exactly what steps should be taken.
How do I know if my business name is already taken?
A business formation attorney will do a local and national name search for you to verify that your business name is available.