Business Entities

Our firm is passionate about helping entrepreneurs launch their dream business, protect their family and business, and create a legal foundation for you to succeed with one less worry in mind. One of the most important decisions you will make is how you will organize your business entity and we will be with you every step of the way.

In Florida there are several ways to structure your business:

  • Sole proprietorships

  • General partnerships

  • Limited liability partnerships (LLPs)

  • Limited partnerships

  • Limited liability limited partnerships (LLLPs)

  • Limited liability companies (LLCs)

  • Family limited partnerships (FLPs)

  • Subchapter C corporations

  • Subchapter S corporations

  • Professional service corporations and professional liability companies

There are strengths and weaknesses to each of these structures. We will walk you through each of their implications to ensure we create the best framework to protect you and your business.

Additionally, we can assist you in obtaining an Employee Identification Number (EIN) and other business operating services such as preparing bylaws, organizational minutes, drafting owner-member agreements, and more. Similarly, we can help you in reviewing and drafting contracts such as shareholder agreements, employee and independent contractor agreements, vendor service contracts, and more.

 

If you are ready to launch your dream business schedule an appointment directly on our website, call our office toll-free at 1-800-368-8449, or email us at contact@emertlawoffice.com.

Law Office of J. Frederick Emert, P.A. 

Mailing Address

7901 Fourth Street North, Suite 5159 

Saint Petersburg, Florida 33702

Call for an Appointment

(850) 744-0086 North Florida |  (305) 704-9987 South Florida & Keys | (800) 368-8449 Florida Statewide & U.S.

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