Business Formation & Entity Selection

Starting a business or purchasing one is an exciting endeavor that requires proper planning and legal counsel to avoid future headaches and legal issues. This is the perfect time to contact Bolinger Law Firm in St. Louis – we can help you choose the correct liability limiting entity at the beginning, so you can avoid problems later.

The Right Legal Protection

At Bolinger Law Firm, we understand the many business start-up challenges and work with you to form the proper entity based on the goals for your business. Should you be an LLC or a Corporation? Should your LLC be managed by Managers or its Members?

We are happy to answer all your business start-up questions, get to know you and your objectives, and advocate for you when it comes to all the necessary legal decisions. Our goal is to get your business started on the right path, with the legal protection you need, and without the worry.

Types of Business Entities

When looking at business formation and entity formation, it is important to recognize and implement decisions based on an informed understanding of the potential tax, liability, insurance, and operations issues, so that your business starts with a solid foundation.

We will thoroughly explain the different formation entities and all that goes with them, and partner with you to give you far-reaching legal control. We also ensure the various city, state, and federal filings that are required for whichever entity you choose, are set up in accordance with the laws.

  • C-Corporation
  • S Corporation
  • Limited Liability Corporation
  • Partnerships
  • Sole Proprietorship

Governing Documents & Agreements

Additionally, when buying a business or starting one, it is important to institute a governing document that details the business’s operating and ownership structure. Adopting a governing document, such as corporate by-laws, a partnership agreement, or an operating agreement, enables the efficient operation of your business and details the relationships among the parties involved.

The utilization of a governing document provides structured decision-making and relief for grievances, while also specifying the rights and obligations of each party. Additionally, the governing documents serve as an agreement between the business participants regarding transfer of ownership, dissolution, division of profits and losses, and how the business is managed.

These documents, which leave nothing to chance or interpretation, are critical to your business running smoothly and for legal protection. As your St. Louis legal team, we will personally tailor your governing documents to fit your needs and accomplish your goals.

Business Law Services

Whether you are just starting out in business or buying an existing business and need a formation document or entity review, we are passionate about and dedicated to protecting, defending and empowering you to achieve your business goals. To that end, we can assist you with commercial real estate transactions, contracts and negotiations, mergers and acquisitions, asset protectionestate planning, and litigation, and be your trusted legal partner for years to come.

Complimentary Business Consultation

Contact us today for your complementary formation and entity consultation with a Bolinger Law Firm attorney and get started on a plan for legal services and tools tailored to your business’s individual needs. 636-386-8322