Do You Need An Attorney Who Really Understands Business?
When you undertake the journey of business formation, you are pursuing more than just a livelihood. The company you build will be founded on your blood, sweat and tears. It will take all of your best efforts to make your creation a success.
When you begin the process of business formation, the choice of entity — partnership, limited liability company or corporation — is an important decision that you will need to make early in the life of your enterprise. Your choices can depend on a number of criteria, including:
- The number of partners, principals or shareholders you need to account for
- A taxation structure that meets your needs
- Whether you need to raise funds from outside sources for your business
When bringing a new business entity to life, you want to make sure that you are starting out on a path that will allow you to prosper and expand. Enlist the help of an experienced business lawyer prepared to help you address any risks associated with starting a new business.
Craig Lerman is a business formation attorney with a master’s degree in business administration. He is committed to applying his legal and business skills to protect your legal needs and business interests. He can help you complete the business formation process while taking measures to protect you from liability.
Helping You Make Informed Business Decisions
After learning about your aspirations and needs, attorney Craig Lerman will work to help you select a business entity, such as:
- Limited liability corporation (LLC)
- Limited liability partnership (LLP)
- S corporation
- C corporation
- Closely held business
- Partnership and limited partnership services
Lerman Law Associates, P.C., is committed to helping you select a business entity that provides you with the best protection and competitive advantage for your business plans.
Craig Lerman knows the business and he knows business law. He has worked in a variety of fields, including manufacturing, service industries, health care, computers and real estate. His business background helps him act effectively as both a legal counselor and advocate. He will work closely with you to help you make informed decisions regarding many different areas of the business formation while maximizing your profit.
As part of his representation, he drafts articles of incorporation, operating agreements, bylaws and employee handbooks to accurately convey your business model aimed at protecting you from the possibility of any legal liabilities.
A Retainer Is An Economical Option
At Lerman Law Associates, P.C., we offer retainer agreements for our business clients. A retainer is an economical way to have an attorney who is always “on-call” and who knows your business. When a legal question crosses your desk, you can call Mr. Lerman for an answer.
How To Contact Lerman Law Associates, P.C.
Attorney Craig Lerman prides himself on building long-term relationships with clients. After assisting you in the business formation process, he can help you resolve your ongoing legal needs. For a free initial consultation regarding the formation of your new business, contact the firm online or call 678-888-5773. A lawyer who serves Fulton and Cobb counties.