Raleigh Start-Up Planning Attorney Helping Entrepreneurs Launch New Businesses
Many people dream of owning their own business. There’s no doubt that being a business owner is part of the American dream, but unfortunately, many business owners are not prepared to run a successful business. That’s why so many new businesses fail within the first few years of operation. To avoid this problem—and to bring your dream of being a successful business owner to life—it’s important to prepare with the help of our Raleigh Start-Up Planning Attorney.
The business start-up attorneys at NC Planning have helped countless entrepreneurs launch and run successful businesses in a wide range of industries. Let us stand by your side and assist you with every step in the process of forming a new business. With our help, you can form a solid foundation for your new business.
How Can An Attorney Help With Business Formation?
Entrepreneurs must make a number of important decisions when starting a new business, including which business entity they should form.
LLCs and corporations are the two main types of business entities. There are pros and cons to each of these entities, which is why it’s so important to discuss your options with our experienced business attorneys.
Choosing the wrong entity could negatively impact you and your business. For example, choosing the wrong entity could expose you to personal liability in a legal dispute involving your business. Don’t make this massive mistake. Instead, turn to our attorneys for help with your business formation. We will help you understand the tax implications, legal liability issues, and reporting requirements for both LLCs and corporations. Then, we will help you decide which business entity is right for your new venture.
Why Should You Hire A Contracts Attorney For Your Start-Up?
As an entrepreneur, you will need to enter contracts with a number of different parties when launching a new business. Some of the most common types of business contracts you may need include:
- Lease agreements: If you plan on renting a space for your business, you will need to sign a lease agreement.
- Vendor agreements: If you are purchasing goods or services from another party, you will need to sign a vendor agreement that outlines the terms of that purchase.
- Independent contractor agreements: If you hire independent contractors to perform work for your business, you will need to protect your company with an independent contractor agreement that outlines the work they will perform, their compensation, and other details.
- Employee contracts: If you’re ready to hire employees, you will need to ask them to sign employee contracts to protect your business and prevent legal disputes in the future.
Do not draft or sign any of these contracts without consulting with our attorneys first. Let us aggressively negotiate the terms of your contract and draft it to ensure it is well-written and enforceable. With our help, business owners can put ironclad contracts in place that will protect their business from future legal disputes.
We Build Long-Lasting Relationships With Business Owners to Provide Ongoing Legal Counsel
Every entrepreneur hopes to see their new business grow and blossom into something big. We wish to do the same when it comes to planting sound legal advice “seeds” with new entrepreneurial clients. Yes, we may have crossed paths with our clients to help them set up their legal entities or guide them through the business set-up process, but our goal is to continue that relationship for years to come.
Our attorneys get to know each of our clients personally, including their long-term goals and desires when it comes to their business. We treat our clients like family and want to see them be successful. The best way that we can do that is by providing sound legal advice and counsel when needed.
Schedule A Consultation With Our Business Start-Up Attorneys Today
The attorneys at NC Planning work to develop long-term relationships with business owners that begin the moment they are ready to launch a new business. It’s important that we understand your goals as a business owner so we can develop customized legal solutions that meet your unique needs. That’s why we take the time to get to know each of our clients before we provide business planning services.
If you’re ready to launch a new business, schedule a consultation with our team right away. Give us a call at (919) 900 4720 and book your appointment today.