Business Formation Attorneys
Top-Rated Business Law Attorneys
Knowledgeable Washington, D.C. Business Formation Attorneys
At Antonoplos & Associates, we have the skills and experience to help businesses grow successfully. Furthermore, our attorneys have the breadth and depth of expertise necessary to counsel business leaders on the many important legal decisions, with the personal touch that only a boutique law firm can offer. Come see the difference.
When it’s time to start your next business venture, selecting experienced counsel to advise you on proper entity formation and maintenance is one of the most important decisions you can make. Our firm has extensive experience in the planning, formation, maintenance, and dissolution of various types of legal entities. We have represented hedge funds, Fortune 500 Companies, private ventures, and entrepreneurs in the formation of a wide range of entities ranging from Limited Liability Companies, Professional Corporations, B Corps, C-Corps, S Corps, and a host of different partnership structures. In addition, our experienced tax attorneys can provide you the critical guidance on the tax implications of each of these different structures.
We encourage you to call us at 202-803-5676 or directly schedule your free, no-risk consultation with one of our skilled attorneys today.
Experience and Judgement Are Key
Deciding on the proper business structure involves balancing the benefits, limitations, and risks of different structures and determining the structure that best fits the client’s goal and objectives. Some of the factors that must be addressed include tax considerations, entity liability, and personal liability. Our seasoned attorneys will guide you on what structure will most appropriately meet your business’s needs and will execute the formation of your new entity flawlessly. Once your new business entity is formed, our attorneys will ensure that the entity is managed and maintained in the best and most efficient manner under the applicable state law.
Furthermore, our seasoned paralegals work regularly with a number of states and are familiar with filing and registration requirements as well as ongoing reporting requirements.
Likewise, our team has extensive experience in winding up businesses for our clients. If you are closing your business, it is important to shield yourself from any future liability. Although forming an entity may seem like a simple process, if you want it done properly you must rely on an experienced law firm like Antonoplos & Associates.
Business Formation Services:
Agreements Among Business Owners
- Stockholder Buy-Sell Agreements and Business Continuity Agreements
- Operating Agreements and Partnership Agreements
- Redemption, Sale, and Transfer of Equity Interests
- Employment and Contractor Agreements
- Executive Compensation/Incentive Plans
- Employee Stock Options Plans
Corporations & Partnerships
Antonoplos & Associates experienced business & corporate law attorneys counsel those forming entities, providing legal services to sophisticated national and multinational corporations, partnerships and individuals. We work with our team of experienced corporate and tax counsel to custom-tailored corporations and partnerships to fit our client’s needs.
- Entity Selection, Organization, and Governance;
- Partnership Agreements
- Corporations including B Corps, S Corps, and C Corps
- Limited liability companies
- Joint ventures
- Sole Proprietorships
- Drafting and Amending Organizational Documents
After the entity is established, many clients retain us for continuing counsel, handling commercial transactions such as financing, mergers, and property acquisitions. Antonoplos & Associates oversees the acquisition and sale of assets or business entities, tax-free reorganizations, and financing of acquisitions and sales.
- Assessment and Analysis
- Contracting and Negotiation
- Financing Arrangements
- Planning for Optimum Tax Consequences
Antonoplos & Associates attorneys routinely provide advice about duties and exposure of corporate officers, directors, and employees, as well as guidance regarding dissolution, suits for accounting, breach of fiduciary duty, shareholder derivative suits, employment contracts, compensation arrangements, shareholder agreements, and employee benefit plans.