At the law office of Grazi & Gianino, our business lawyers know the intricate matters of business formations. We have handled many such cases under a wide variety of topics. The decision to form an entity for operating a Florida based business will directly impact your liability and tax situation. The most common types of Florida Businesses are the Florida LLC or Limited Liability Company, and the Corporation. Our Stuart business lawyers help you choose the correct type of business entity.
Today with so many options available in terms of business formation, it is more important than ever to choose the correct Florida business entity and more importantly make sure that the entity is formed correctly and that the owners understand their responsibilities to maintain the protections that are available to them.
We often see clients with generic forms that do not relate to their personal situation and do not take advantage of the many benefits that a properly formed Florida entity can offer.
It is important for our lawyers to understand your personal situation, risks, and desires. We work with your other professionals, such as accountants, to evaluate the tax implications, liability issues, asset protection, and management structure that is optimal for your business success.
We help people evaluate and choose from the following Florida Business Entities:
- Florida Sole Proprietorship
- Florida General Partnership
- Florida Limited Partnership
- Florida Family Limited Partnership
- Florida Subchapter C-Corporation
- Florida Subchapter S-Corporation
- Florida Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Once an entity choice has been made, each has its own requirements for planning, structure and relationships. An agreement will be created to define the relationship between the members, managers, partners, and shareholders. If you do not have an agreement there are default provisions in the Florida Statutes, but these provisions will usually not comport with the needs of the business owners or managers.
If you or your company is in need of legal advice and/or representation for a business formation matter in Stuart, FL or Martin County, Fort Pierce and Port St. Lucie or St. Lucie County, Vero Beach or Indian River County, Okeechobee or Okeechobee County, West Palm Beach or Palm Beach County, or surrounding areas, please call the Stuart, Florida business attorney of Grazi & Gianino now at (772) 286-0200.