Murrieta Business Formation Attorney

Business Formation Attorney Samuel Lockhart and Lockhart Law Firm has vast experience helping clients start and grow their businesses. If you are starting a new business, you need the knowledge of an experienced business lawyer who knows how to protect both your personal and business assets, and who will ensure that you choose the business entity that is right for the type of business which you are opening.

When starting a new company, it is also crucial that you retain a lawyer who can not only draft all of the Business Formation paperwork, but also formulate an exit strategy should you choose to dissolve your business at some point in the future.

Murrieta Business Formation Attorney Samuel Lockhart strives to develop long-term relationships with his business clients, and that begins during the Business Formation Process. He understands that the success of his business is dependent upon the success of your business, and is pleased to provide all of the services of an in-house counsel at a reasonable rate.

Please contact Lockhart Law Firm at (951) 461-8878 to set up your in-depth, personal consultation with a caring and knowledgeable Business Formation Lawyer. Conveniently located in Murrieta, Mr. Lockhart represents businesses throughout the region.

Business Formation Attorney in Murrieta

At Lockhart Law Firm, we believe that perhaps the most crucial aspect of business ownership is determining the proper business entity that will provide the greatest level of protection and will be most beneficial for your company as a whole.

Murrieta Business Lawyer Samuel Lockhart offers knowledgeable legal counsel in the formation of the following types of businesses:

  • C Corporations
  • Closely Held Corporations
  • General Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
  • Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
  • S Corporations
  • Sole Proprietorships

As part of our Business Formation services offered, Lockhart Law Firm will draft all formation documents, including but not limited to Partnership Agreements, Articles of Incorporation, Corporate Minutes, Statements of Information, and Employee Contracts & Handbooks. Additionally, we will ensure that all partnership and closely held corporate agreements include an exit strategy to help protect you from future litigation.

In order to make a determination regarding the most favorable business entity, Mr. Lockhart will sit down with you and thoroughly discuss the following issues:

  • The Type of Business you are Forming
  • Primary Business Goals & Objectives
  • Potential Liability Involved based on your Business
  • Advantages & Disadvantages Associated with each type of Business Entity

Finally, Murrieta Business Formation Lawyer Samuel Lockhart will also provide a thorough explanation of State and Federal tax liabilities and benefits associated with each, and will work diligently to protect you by minimizing your personal liability should a dispute arise.

Call an Experienced Business Formation Lawyer in Murrieta

If you need a Business Lawyer in Murrieta, please contact Lockhart Law Firm by completing our Business Law Case Evaluation Form. A representative from our firm will contact you as soon as we receive your request for information.

For immediate assistance, call Attorney Samuel Lockhart today at (951) 461-8878 to make an appointment for an informative, personal consultation. Let us put our experience to work for you and help you start and grow a successful business.

At Lockhart Law Firm, our main focus is the success of your business. We work diligently to create favorable outcomes in all of your business dealings. Whether you need knowledgeable legal counsel with respect to which type of business entity best suits your type of business, want to ensure compliance with State & Federal Employment Laws to avoid disputes with your employees, or are facing costly litigation, Murrieta Business Law Attorney Samuel Lockhart is here to provide intelligent and innovative legal solutions.

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