Corporations, LLCs, and Partnerships

Scottsdale Business Planning Attorneys

Starting your own business is a complicated process. You need to ask yourself several questions before you begin. The main questions you should be asking yourself are:

Do I need to establish a separate business entity?

How do I choose the right business entity?

What are the benefits of corporations versus limited liability companies versus partnerships?

We can guide you to the right answers for you and your business!

What if you already have a business? You may be wondering if you are doing the right thing. You might ask yourself, “Should I continue to be a corporation, or LLC or partnership?” Or, you may wonder “Why can’t I stay as a sole proprietor?”

We can guide you to the right answers for you and your business as well!

What about planning for the future of your business?

You might ask yourself “What constitutes an effective business plan?”

For starters, a business plan should help you earn the greatest possible return on your initial investment. It should also protect your family and the business entity itself. In addition, it must allow for the possibility of extraordinary growth and success, as well as offer protection against the financial consequences of operational problems or downturns in the overall economy.

Finally, the plan must take into account the timing and manner of your exit from the business.

Fred and Ilene have a wealth of experience helping business owners at start-up, at exit, and at every stage in between. Over the years, they have concluded that a collaborative approach results in the best business plans. This is why they welcome input from your company’s current financial advisors, attorneys, CFOs and key managers.

Here are just a few of the business planning services offered by Goldinov & McCauley, PLC:

Ilene L. McCauley and Frederick H. Goldinov are licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona. The law firm of Goldinov & McCauley, PLC provides legal services for clients in the State of Arizona. The information provided on this website and our blog is general and educational in nature and should not be construed as legal or tax advice, nor does the use of the website create an attorney/client relationship. Laws of specific states or laws relevant to a particular situation may affect the applicability, accuracy or completeness of this information which cannot take the place of one-on-one personal legal consultation and advice. Federal and state laws and regulations are complex and subject to change. No legal representation is created, and we make no warranties with regard to the information or results obtained by its use. Neither the authors nor anyone forwarding or reproducing this work shall have any liability or responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused, or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly, by the information contained in this website or blog.