Business Entity Formation

Entity formation is a key asset protection mechanism for business owners to help separate their personal and professional lives and we work diligently with our entrepreneurs to structure the proper business form for their venture. If you are looking to start a new business venture then you are likely ready to setup a new business entity. If you are a company or individual looking to partner or create a joint venture with another company or individual, then you would need business entity formation services. You may have an existing business entity formed that needs re-structuring for a new financing event, new partnership or in anticipation of a change in ownership. Your business entity structure might just need to be reviewed by legal counsel for compliance analysis.

When you are ready or in need of any of the above, The Law Offices of Christopher J.P. Mitchell, PLLC will analyze and advise as to the advantages and disadvantages of various business entity options and structures in order to help you decide which business is the most suitable for your specific short and long term goals.

After our analysis is completed, we will draft proper organizational documents and file all paperwork necessary for formation, amending or re-structuring of your business entity, within the chosen state and in accordance with laws and regulations of that jurisdiction.  We will then work with you to formalize your internal operating procedures so your business entity remains in compliance with those laws and regulations.


The Business Entity Formation services that we provide include but are not limited to the following:

Start

  • C-Corporations
  • S- Corporations
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Partnerships
  • Funds Formation
  • Operating Agreements
  • Subscription Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Founders’ Agreements
  • Corporate By-Laws 
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Stride

  • Company Resolutions
  • Corporate re-organizations
  • Joint Ventures
  • Strategic Alliances
  • Compliance Audits
  • Due Diligence

Stretch

  • Dissolution of Business Entities