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Guidance with Your Business Law Case
Starting a business is a very exciting time, but there are quite a few
legal requirements that must be met in order to avoid loss and legal ramifications.
At The Collins Law Firm, PLLC, we know that your focus should be on the
success of your business, not the associated legal matters. Our
Nashville business attorneys are experienced in starting businesses and can help clients navigate the
sometimes murky legal waters.
Helping You Navigate the Legal Complexities of Partnerships
Forming a business partnership is a good way to enter into a voluntary
agreement without having to go through the difficulties and complications
of formally registering with the Secretary of State. While most business
owners understand that partnerships mean splitting risks and sharing profits,
many fail to understand the importance of creating a legally binding and
ironclad written agreement. Not explicitly outlining the terms of the
partnership in writing can be detrimental to business owners and businesses
Understanding Incorporation Legalities
Unlike a partnership, a corporation is an entity that acts and stands alone
from the individual who created it. Establishing a corporation protects
the person who created it from any liabilities associated with the business.
- Unlike partnerships or businesses that aren't incorporated, corporations can:
- Transfer shares
- Obtain an unlimited life
- Transfer ownership through securities
The Collins Law Firm, PLLC, our legal team of Nashville business law attorneys has a decade of experience
establishing and maintaining the legal aspects of business partnerships
and corporations. By working with our firm, you can be sure that your
legal matters are being watched after so you can focus on the important
parts of running your business. You can trust that we care about your
success and will do what we can to protect your interests moving forward.
Contact our legal team today at (615) 610-0728.