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  1. What types of business structures are available?
  2. How important is creating a business plan?
  3. Why should I have an attorney create/review my contracts?

1. What types of business structures are available?

Though the law allows for some mix and match, as a general rule there are six standard business structures: Sole Proprietorship; General Partnership; Limited Partnership; Limited Liability Partnership; Limited Liability Company; and Corporation.

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2. How important is creating a business plan?

Creating a comprehensive, realistic business plan is by far the most important undertaking for any person or group of people interested in forming a business. Business plans are more than simple budgets; they are carefully crafted documents taking into consideration the numerous variables affecting the start-up and successful operation of your enterprise. A business plan can be broken down into four major categories:

  • Products and/or Services
  • Financing/Equity/Capital
  • Internal Governance
  • Infrastructure

The law impacts each of the abovementioned categories in various ways. Whether it is assessing your potential liability to customers, or understanding what laws you need to abide by as an employer, let Kaehne, Cottle, Pasquale & Associates, S.C. help you create a business plan that addresses all the questions you need answered to ensure that your business concept has a blueprint for success.

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3. Why should I have an attorney create/review my contracts?

Whether oral or written, the law of contracts is voluminous. To ensure that you enter into an agreement where you are getting everything you want, with all the protections you deserve, it is vital that you have an attorney draft and review your contracts. Just one comma out of place can be a costly mistake. Click here for an article on how just one misplaced comma resulted in a costly mistake for a business.

All too often, individuals utilize pre-printed form contracts or leases that they purchase at the store or on-line. While these documents may include some helpful information pertaining to your particular issue, it is not drafted to protect all of your interests. Each residential/commercial lease, operating agreement, bylaws, buy-sell agreement, purchase agreement or other contract should becustom drafted to fit your circumstances and protect your interests. Contact Kaehne, Cottle, Pasquale & Associates, S.C. today and schedule your free initial consultation with an experience attorney who can assist you with your contract related needs.

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