Atlanta Business Formation and Entity Selection Lawyers
We provide dependable and highly personalized advice to entrepreneurs and small business owners about all aspects of business formation and operations. For additional information, contact the Georgia business entity selection attorneys at our Atlanta firm.
For new business startups, we will help you select and register the right form for your capital structure, tax circumstances, management approach, and risk tolerance. We can help you with the formation of a corporation (including S-corporations and C-corporations), partnerships, and limited liability companies or LLPs. We also take care of nonprofit entity organization and 501(c)(3) registration.
While we are organizing your new business or nonprofit entity, we also offer advice and documentation about such basics as bylaws, shareholder or partnership agreements, operating agreements for LLCs, management agreements, and buy-sell agreements. The more complex the capital and shareholder relationships, the more essential these documents will be in defining the rights and responsibilities of everyone in your new business group.
Our Georgia business lawyers provide support for your routine or extraordinary contract or operating needs as well. Whether you need advice concerning personnel policies and avoiding liability to employees or you have an opportunity for a merger or major acquisition of business assets, the attorneys of Aitkens & Aitkens, P.C. have the experience and sophistication you need to make the most of your opportunities without any hidden liabilities.
We also provide advice and documentation for leases of retail or office space or essential equipment, vendor and customer agreements, licensing or distribution agreements, and protection of your interests with respect to trademarks, copyrights, and other intellectual property.
On issues ranging from employment law to corporate governance, our business lawyers can help protect your company and your profits from formation through daily operations. We can also represent your interests in court if any of your commercial or corporate relationships go wrong. For further information, contact the Atlanta business attorneys at Aitkens & Aitkens, P.C.