Choosing The Right Type Of Entity Can Be Critical To Business Success
Starting a new business venture requires extensive planning and projection. The key component in planning for a new business is selecting the business blueprint that best suits your unique needs. The formation of a business entity depends on the objectives of the business for which the entity is being organized. In most cases, the focus will be on how the entity and its owners will be taxed and the extent to which the entity will shield the business owners Entity formation includes tax options and liability protection. Our attorneys have years of experience advising clients on the formation and continued operation of all venture types allowed by Texas State Law. Entity formation includes tax options and liability protection. Our attorneys have years of experience advising clients on the formation and continued operation of all venture types allowed by Texas State Law.
Those Include, But Are Not Limited To:
- limited liability company (llc)
- corporations (inc.) including “c” and “s”
- non-profit corporation
- partnerships, limited partnerships (lp or ltd), and limited liability partnerships (llp)
- joint ventures
- private placement memorandums
- subscription agreements
At Hensley & Krueger, PLLC we can also assist you in drafting the necessary forms and documents to ensure you and your business is fully protected. Upon entity formation, agreements and reports play a necessary role in successful protection and function.
These Include, But Are Not Limited To:
We value clear and prompt communication. When our attorneys assist you in corporate entity development, you will have an experienced and responsive legal advocates at your side. Our goal, like yours, is to see your business succeed.
- corporate minutes
- annual reports
- initial reports
- shareholder agreements
- joint-venture agreements
- partnership agreements
- register agent services
- corporate supplies
- bylaws and resolutions