Building something that lasts requires a strong foundation and a quality plan that is followed over time.
Building a successful business can be a challenging – even daunting – process. Whether you are an entrepreneur starting out or have been running your business for years, you want to build something that will last. You want to keep your family’s assets safe from any liabilities that you may incur while you operate your business. Choosing the correct business entity is a necessary step in that process. Yet business formation is not the only step. You need to plan how to maintain the separate identity of your company by establishing correct procedures and practices and then executing those procedures. You also need to be aware of the legal threats to your business that may arise from outside forces seeking to gain competitive advantages that violate the law or from inside the company itself through breaches of fiduciary duties or conflicts of interest.
The Law Office of Randy Merritt will help you not only lay the strong foundation on which you can build your business while protecting the personal assets that you and your family depend on but also help you plan and execute a strategy to protect the company over time. Whether it be helping you choose the best business entity to operate your business or helping keep you on track to reach your business or organization’s goals or avoid the potential pitfalls that may come between those goals, including handling formation of the appropriate business entity, the development and execution of procedures and practices of governing the entity, and protecting the company from potential threats from within and without, we will work as a team with you to help you build a company that will last.
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