Business Entities

STARTING A BUSINESS IN FLORIDA?

Regardless of the size of your business, legal issues continually arise from its inception and continue throughout its operation.

A knowledgeable and tactical lawyer is imperative to ensure that matters are handled in an efficient, cost-effective manner that is most beneficial to your business.

ASR Law Firm represents small businesses and their owners in a variety of Business Law related matters. We provide specialized advice tailored to the unique needs of each client pertaining to the following areas:

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Business Entity Selection and Dissolution
There are several types of entities to consider depending on an owner’s taxation and liability tolerance, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations. Dissolution requirements vary depending on the type of business entity.
Drafting & Preparation of Operating & Shareholders’ Agreements
Operating agreements are used by members of limited liability companies (LLCs) to govern various aspects of a company. Shareholder agreements, which are typically private and not published publicly, govern shareholders’ dividend and voting rights, among other things.
Drafting & Preparation of Articles of Incorporation
Also known as a Corporate Charter or Certificate of Incorporation, such articles establish the existence of a corporation and must be filed with the Secretary of State.
Drafting & Preparation of Various Contracts
There are several types of common business contracts that a company may require during operation, including Bills of Sale, Non-compete Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, Employee contracts etc.
Review and Negotiation of Leases
As a lease is a contract between one party to convey land, property etc. to another for a specific period, it typically contains several important provisions such as term, payment amount and interval, use restrictions etc. that must be precisely determined prior to execution.

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