Proper corporate formation is the foundation of any successful business. Let Shepherd Law guide your path to the ideal corporate structure.
Every day companies fail because their founders tried to save money on legal fees. Successful small businesses don't just happen. They are the result of thoughtful and well-executed planning. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs are so eager to get started that they neglect proper business planning and jump in headfirst with little more than a dream and an idea. Even with the best ideas, this approach can prove disastrous. To avoid this fate, it is always prudent to seek the advice of trusted legal counsel.
To protect your personal assets, your new enterprise must first be created by establishing a clear separation of business and personal affairs. Georgia law provides many options, including C-corps, S-Corps, limited liability corporations, limited liability partnerships, and others, to protect your own assets from your business' liabilities.
When choosing such a business entity, one size does not fit all. The attorneys at Shepherd Law, LLC will explain the benefits and tax implications for each, ensuring that your corporate structure is not only legally and appropriated established, but that it also matches your company's goals. Mr. Shepherd expertly guides entrepreneurs through the practical and legal implications of forming a new company, and takes pride in fully understanding the client's underlying business throughout the process.
Ready to explore incorporating your business? Contact Shepherd Law, LLC where your success is our business.
Choice of Entity
• Limited Liability Companies (LLC).
• Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP).
• Professional Corporations (PC).