Entrepreneurs must juggle countless tasks and competing priorities well before they open shop, including the creation of a legal structure.
Business formation is a necessary early step of starting a business, whether you’re registering a simple DBA, incorporating, or forming a partnership.
The business lawyers of Blustein, Shapiro, Rich & Barone, LLP know that starting a company entails a certain amount of risk, and our lawyers keep this in mind when explaining business formation matters such as LLC operating agreements, articles of incorporation, and bylaws to our business clients.
- Form a partnership
- Form a limited liability company (LLC)
- Form a family limited partnership
- Start a non-profit company
- Acquire commercial property
- Fill out the appropriate forms
- Pay the appropriate fees
- Navigate governmental red tape
The attorneys of Blustein, Shapiro, Rich & Barone, LLP help entrepreneurs turn ideas into viable business opportunities. We work hard to protect our clients’ interests both before and during the business formation process, and then after their business is off the ground.
Our new BusinessDocx™ software allows us to aid our clients in building and maintaining business documents, and to serve the full spectrum of clients’ business needs.
We seek to strengthen our clients’ position in the marketplace. We do so by seeking to help them get their business started on firm legal footing.
There are many considerations to make and steps to take in the business formation process. From drawing up contracts to planning board applications, the experienced attorneys of Blustein, Shapiro, Rich & Barone, LLP will be with you every step of the way.