BUSINESS LAW

Small Business Formation Attorneys in Columbus

Navigating Business Law as an Entrepreneur in Columbus, Ohio

Starting your own business is particularly challenging. There are a variety of legal steps you need to take before you can open your doors. Fortunately, KPD’s Columbus Business Lawyers are available to help. From guiding entrepreneurs through which entity to select to filing necessary documents with the Ohio Secretary of State, we work with you to get your business where it needs to be. Once your business is established, we can assist you with all the necessary paperwork, and represent you in litigation should the need arise. Our Columbus Business Attorneys are able to help you with the multitude of legal issues that may come up when founding your own small business.

How To Choose The Right Legal Entity For Your Business

The first issue many business owners face when they start their business is which entity to select for their business.  Business owners must decide whether their business is a:

  • Sole proprietorship
  • General partnership
  • Corporation
  • Limited Liability Company
  • or some other entity.

The entity decision might not be an easy one.  The entity you choose may affect your taxes and overall business structure.  Because selecting the proper entity can be confusing and have serious implications, it can be a daunting task.  At Katz, Pryor, & DiCuccio, LLP, we advise our clients on which entity is best for them based on their individual business needs.  Once this decision has been made, our attorneys can file the necessary documents with the Ohio Secretary of State or any other appropriate entity.

Staying Legally Compliant After Forming a Business

Once your business is formed, we are also able to assist with any necessary documents that must be drafted.  We can help with front-end work such as contract-drafting, or represent your business in litigation, should the need arise.  Our work includes, but is not limited to, drafting and negotiating leases, services and sales contracts, employment contracts, and non-compete covenants.  The proper contractual language is important to ensure that your business starts out on the right foot.

Our attorneys are able to assist and advise you on any number of issues that arise in small business formation.  The success of your business is our priority.  If you need assistance starting a new business, please contact the experienced attorneys at Katz, Pryor & DiCuccio, LLP for your free consultation today.

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