Winter Garden Business Formation Lawyer
It may be difficult to envision the distant future when you are working to establish your business. But, taking the time to consider issues such as how you might wish to leave your business to your children can save you and your loved ones much grief and expense later on. Many challenges that your business may not face for years to come may be avoided by making a well-advised choice regarding what type of entity you will form your business as.
Limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships, corporations and other business forms all offer distinct advantages. Understanding how those advantages can benefit your business in the long term is a perspective that you need to take now if you want to protect your assets and avoid damaging your business down the road.
We can help you choose the right type of entity for your business:
Limited liability company (LLC)
Professional business entities
Helping You Protect Your Investment In Your Business
At the Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A., we bring a unique set of experience that draws from the world of business law and estate planning. Understanding both of those perspectives allows us to offer our clients the comprehensive representation that they need to be able to fully protect their business from easily avoided and costly mistakes. Since 1993, attorney Eric S. Mashburn has been Florida Bar Board Certified in Civil Trial or Business Litigation. His skill and over 40 years of experience serving the needs of the business community allow us to offer our clients seasoned counsel when forming a business.
Contact The Winter Garden Business Succession Attorneys Of The Law Office Of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A.
Having skilled and experienced legal guidance for your business can help ensure that your business is well positioned for the future. Turn to the experienced Winter Garden business succession attorneys of the Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A.
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