Each and every year thousands of Americans catch the entrepreneurial spirit, and launch a small business to sell their products, services and innovations. Some thrive; others fall flat. Starting a business can be an overwhelming task for even those seasoned pros who are working on their third or even fourth venture.
Just a few of the many legal issues to resolve during the formation stage of your venture are:
- Evaluation and development of your business idea – (I.e., Creation of a business plan, including profit/loss forecast and cash flow analysis; sourcing start-up financing, and setting up a basic marketing plan)
- Selection of a legal structure for the business – (I.e., number of owners, type of business, liability protection, and the individual tax objectives of each owner)
- Choose an available name and register the domain and trademark
- Registered the business name
- Prepared organizational paperwork
- Find a business location
- Filed for Licenses and Permits
- Obtained Insurance
- Set up the financial bookkeeping
- Set up tax reporting
- Conversions (LLC – PC – Inc. )
With so many hurdles to navigate it’s no wonder so many startups fail in their first year. Evergreen Law Office provides multi-faceted representation for our clients to navigate the challenging waters of business formation.
“Epic legal counsel shouldn’t hinder good business practices, but foster their growth.” – Adam, Managing Attorney
We provide flat fee representation plans aimed at advising those with even the most modest budget. Now, with Evergreen you will gain a trusted team member with the experience necessary to navigate the initial hurdles of getting your business ready to flourish.
Our flat fee representation plans will give you the reliance of a transparent fee, and depending on the plan provide some or all of the following services:
- Establishing and helping plan new companies;
- Protection of your ideas through trademarks, copyrights, licensing agreements and enforcement efforts, if necessary;
- Advocate for your needs and priorities and resolve unnecessary disputes;
- Negotiate and draft contracts for real estate, vendors, talent, employees, partners and others;
- Advise and provide guidance on laws and regulations impacting your business.
If you are in the market for a partner you can trust – give us a call and learn more about why we are #intentionallydifferent.