Business Formation

Congratulations on owning your own business! We’re here to help you keep it. And Your home, Your car, Your savings...

As a business owner, you have put a lot on the line. You have worked hard to get where you are. We want to ensure that no one takes that away from you.

As a sole proprietorship or general partnership, you are personally liable for all business debts‑even if your partner(s) authorized or incurred those debts without your knowledge. This includes business loans, taxes, and debts to vendors, clients, landlords, and judgments from lawsuits. If there is not enough money in the business to pay these debts, creditors can, and almost certainly will, go after your personal assets.

By forming a corporation, LLC, or similar business entity, we can help you create and maintain a legal shield that significantly protects you and your personal assets from lawsuits, creditors, and other legal disputes.

Because your business and legal needs are unique, consult with legal counsel as soon as possible. As an experienced full-service law firm, Huston | McCaffrey's attorneys can provide you with the following services, and more, for one low fee (in most cases, $1,250 or less):

  • Business structure comparison and legal entity options; C Corp, S Corp, LLC, LLP etc.
  • Verification of availability and proper business name filing.
  • Creation and filing of necessary business documents, such as articles, disclosure statements, bylaws, and partnership agreements.
  • Official corporate seal, binder and corporate governance documents with custom membership, partnership, or stock certificates of ownership.
  • Resources to preserve protections (Don't fall short by using non-attorney services that only file papers with the State, but do not advise you on how to legally maintain your new business entity).

Because as your business grows, so do your liabilities.

To learn more about business formation laws, your options, and for a free one hour initial consultation, contact us right away at (619) 800-1166 or email us.



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