Limited Liability Companies
A limited liability company (“LLC”) provides the benefits of the protection against personal liability, partnership accounting, and minimal formation and maintenance expense. Your new company may also benefit from the preparation of an operating agreement. An operating agreement governs the internal affairs of the LLC, and provides for the necessary terms between the members of the LLC, including, without limitation, capital contributions, tax allocations, money distributions, management, voting, dispute resolution, and the like.
The attorneys at Hatcher Nolasco & Fletcher, PLLC have the experience, knowledge and expertise to guide you through the formation of your LLC and the preparation of its operating agreement.
Choosing the right legal structure for your business is an important step towards success. Corporations are business organizations that provide protection against personal liability, and various tax benefits for owners. The lawyers at Hatcher Nolasco & Fletcher, PLLC have the knowledge and experience to provide the proper advice as to which form of business entity is right for you.
Hatcher Nolasco & Fletcher, PLLC, has significant experience in forming corporations, and preparing auxiliary documents for corporations, including Bylaws and shareholder agreements. Bylaws are the rules that govern the internal affairs of the corporation. Well crafted, legally accountable Bylaws are required, and provide a safeguard against future difficulties. A shareholder’s agreement provides the framework for dispute resolution and litigation avoidance.
One of the benefits of a corporation is that investors can be enticed with the promise of stock. However, stock offerings must meet appropriate legal standards for your protection. We can provide the guidance you need to avoid legal problems in the issuance of stock.
In addition to business formation, Hatcher Nolasco & Fletcher, PLLC also prepares business agreements such as shareholder agreements, operating agreements, employment agreements, subscription agreements, asset purchase agreements, and stock purchase agreements. Indeed, the firm routinely handles matters such as:
Corporation formation and corporate structuring
Asset and stock acquisitions
Consulting and employment agreements
Bills of sale and assignments
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
A business owner, member in a limited liability company, or shareholder in a corporation should have defined obligations and terms regarding the business and other owners, members, shareholders and employees. The attorneys at Hatcher Nolasco & Fletcher, PLLC routinely handle matters involving business formation and agreements, which allows them to provide sound and practical advice for their clients when forming a new business, or modifying, acquiring or selling an existing business.