Business Entities

Business Formation

The formation of an employer (wage-paying) business from a business application is known as business formation.

The right business structure is an important decision to make before you start your business. When deciding whether to form a limited liability company (LLC), sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation, the tax implications liability exposure and ownership restrictions must all be considered.  

Limited Liability Companies and Corporations

Attorney Ashly Valenzuela can help you determine which business structure is best for your goals and provide ongoing support as your company grows and develops.

Services Offered: Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), Corporations, Articles of Incorporation, Statements of Information, Corporate Bylaws and Amendments.

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