Do You Need to Form a Corporation in Florida?
Posted by: DFX on Apr 27, 2017
If you’re considering forming a corporation in Florida, then you need to work with an attorney who’s experienced in corporate formation. That attorney can help with a wide range of business-related needs including tax liability, bank loans, personal liability for your company, bank accounts, fee sharing, and much more.
If you’ve read through this list of factors and you aren’t 100% confident that you can handle them all for your corporation then you need to speak to Gilbert and Smallman. We can provide expertise and help that’s designed specifically for your needs. We’re licensed to handle any and all of these cases within the State of Florida, as well as the Southern District of Florida Federal Court. Contact us right away for your free legal consultation.
You likely have options in what type of corporation you can form
It all depends on the specific type of business you’re interested in running, how many people will be owners, and what your finances look like, but it’s likely that you’ll have a few choices regarding what type of business entity you’d like to form.
We can help you figure out what the right option for you is by listening to your needs, identifying your goals, offering our expert opinion, and then helping you make the most informed choice. Some options include sole proprietorships, subchapter S corporations, C corporations, general partnerships, professional limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies.
Before we give you advice on which of these is the best for your company, we’ll consider a wide range of details about your plans. We’ll think of both the short-term and long-term ramifications of each of your options. We’ll consider the potential payoff and the potential risk. We’ll also consider your investment goals, the expenses required for you to take on with the different corporate structures, and the tax requirements of each one.
You have enough to worry about – let us take care of the legal side
When your company is first starting out, it should have main goal: Raising money. When you work with Gilbert and Smallman, you can skip the time and aggravation of worrying about the legal status of your company. Instead, you can simply work on growing your business and becoming as profitable as you can. To learn more, contact us today and set up your free legal consultation.