Missouri Business Formation Attorneys
Opening a new business should be a time for optimism and excitement. To make the most of your business, it is important to make intelligent decisions from the beginning. At Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, we provide close, personal service and experienced legal advice. Our business clients can always trust us to provide timely guidance and to watch out for their best interests.
Contact us online, or call 314-354-8484 to schedule a free consultation with our St. Louis business planning attorneys.
Making the Right Decisions for Your Business
The form your business takes may depend on any number of factors. Different forms offer different benefits and requirements for starting and operating the business. We will discuss your business goals, your preferences for ownership structure and what your business will look like now and five years from now. With that understanding, we can offer solutions designed to make your business a success.
Throughout the process, you will work directly with your lawyer. Your needs will be given the full attention of an experienced Missouri business attorney. We will personally guide you through the process of forming any type of business, including:
- Sole proprietorship
- Limited liability company (LLC)
In addition, we assist clients with business succession planning and the estate planning aspects of owning a business.
Regulatory Compliance, Asset Protection and Proper Planning
A business can be formed very quickly. After the business is created and registered, the real work begins. Not only will you need to concentrate on the basic needs of your business, but you must also be aware of ongoing legal obligations. If you choose to incorporate, you and your personal assets are not liable for the acts of the business. This protection can be lost if you fail to meet the legal requirements of a corporation. We can help you with the day-to-day running of your business to protect your interests and the interests of your business.
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