Need Legal Support for Your Business?
Martindale & Associates, PLLC is committed to helping its clients succeed in their chosen fields by giving them as much help as possible when they start new projects. Our Bronx corporate law attorney will assist you with determining the most suitable business structure and acquiring all necessary licenses and permits.
How Can a Bronx, NY Business Law Attorney Help You?
In the current economic climate, business ownership and operation can be exceptionally trying. Our Bronx business attorney specializes in business law and can help you with anything you need. We care about the well-being of your new enterprise and will do what we can to help it flourish. Get in touch with our Bronx corporate law attorney so that we can help your business run smoothly.
Our Bronx attorneys would make the whole process easier by providing you with the following services
- Formation of entities and preparation of related documentation
- Founders’ agreements, shareholders’ agreements, operating agreements, partnership agreements
- Business Acquisitions
- Employment and consulting agreements
- Commercial contracts, including services agreements, partnering agreements, vendor/supplier agreements
- Structuring of equity ownership
- Corporate governance, board of director matters, and voting agreements
- Dissolutions and liquidations
- Trademark advice and registration
- Escrow Agent Services
To ensure that your business functions in an effective manner, we are more than delighted to handle all aspects of corporate concerns. Please contact our qualified and experienced lawyers of our Corporate law team.
Shareholder or Partnership Agreements
At Martindale & Associates, PLLC, we can make and carry out shareholder or partnership agreements that protect the firm’s legal interests as well as those of its individual owners. This agreement can help owners maintain a productive and healthy business partnership.
Our highly qualified and experienced Bronx business lawyers offer the following agreement services:
- Founders’ agreements
- Shareholders’ agreements
- Operation agreements
- Partnership agreements
Three Ways to set up a Company
1) Sole proprietorship: In a sole proprietorship, also called a sole tradership, individual entrepreneurship, or proprietorship, there is no legal difference between the owner and the business. A sole proprietor is not required to work alone and may employ others.
2) Partnership: A partnership is a type of business in which two or more persons enter into a legal agreement to be co-owners, allocate duties for running an organization, and share the enterprise’s profits or losses.
3) Corporation: Owners and corporations are legally distinct. Under the theory of limited liability, the shareholders of a corporation don’t have to pay for the business’s debts personally. An individual or a group of people working towards a common objective can form a business.
Our Bronx corporate law attorney helps with business formation and the preparation of related documentation. We can assist with trademark consultation and registration. We will take care of all the business parts of your company to make sure it runs smoothly. To find out how we can help, contact us right now.