Corporate Ownership

Incorporating a business protects your assets, gives you easier access to capital, and enhances your business’ credibility. An attorney in our network can answer your questions about business incorporation and help you decide if it’s the right decision for your business.

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By incorporating a business, you gain certain advantages. There are many benefits of forming a corporation, some of which include protecting your assets, having easier access to capital, and enhancing your business’ credibility. If you plan to raise money from outside investors, the stricter formalities of a corporation give investors the knowledge they desire about how your company is run. Before incorporating a business, it is recommended that you talk to a business attorney who has experience with business incorporation and ownership. A legal plan attorney can explain the difference between corporation vs. LLC, help you decide if incorporation is right for your business, and discuss the process involved in forming a corporation. Sign up for the business legal plan to schedule a consultation with an experienced business attorney who can help answer your questions about business incorporation and ownership.

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