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Interested In Forming A Small Or Medium-Sized Business?

One of the most challenging decisions a small or medium-sized business owner has to make is that very first one: the type of business entity he or she will form. Various business entities provide various protections. Some are more flexible than others when it comes to formation and if needed, dissolution. However, it really comes down to being thoroughly informed on what the best entity is for your specific situation.

If you are wanting to form a small or medium-sized business entity, the first step is consulting with a knowledgeable business law attorney. With over 60 years of combined legal experience, the team of business lawyers at Freedman Fazio, APC, can help you.

The Right Type Of Business Entity For Your Specific Needs

One of our seasoned business law attorneys can help you determine what type of business entity is right for your special circumstances. This includes learning more about your immediate and long-term business goals and more in order to develop a customized approach toward forming your business.

There are all types of business entities that could benefit a small or medium-sized business entrepreneur, including:

  • Partnerships (LP, LLPs)
  • Limited liability companies (LLCs)
  • Sole proprietorship
  • Professional associations (PAs)

These are just some of the type of business entities that can benefit small or medium-sized entrepreneurship. Each one has various ways of shielding individuals and the business as a whole from liability and lawsuits. Protecting your business assets is very important to you, and we want to help you with this goal.

Contact Us For More Information

We invite you to please reach out to our law firm about your individual business formation needs. Call 805-409-9056 to schedule a consultation with our law firm. You can also contact us online. Our law firm focuses on helping small and medium-sized business clients throughout Southern California, including the areas of Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Ventura County and Los Angeles County.