Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn are highly experienced in the complete entity formation process for sole proprietors, partnerships, LLCs, and s-corporations, c-corporations and not-for profits. Our attorneys can evaluate options and strategies from choosing the appropriate business entity, to planning and goal setting, drafting and finalizing agreements, to insurance considerations and taxation, to trademarks and other intellectual property. We are knowledgeable of the intricate details involved in preparing Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Certificates, Buy-sell Agreements, Operating Agreements and other corporate documents, as well as filing requirements, deadlines and avoiding pitfalls and delays.
Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn attorneys are also experienced in complicated, multi-dimensional situations such as conversions and acquisitions, business successions involved with family members and/or third parties and registering and operating foreign business in California.
With many aspects to consider and evaluate, and situations to prepare for, it is advisable to seek attorney guidance as soon as possible in the process before action is taken.