Limited Liability Company Corporate Attorneys
Our corporate Attorneys can assist you in setting up the Corporate Structure that best suits your needs.
A limited liability company is a business entity similar to a corporation, providing the sought-after personal liability protection of a corporation, but with some differences. Because of these differences, the selection of a business entity most appropriate to a situation varies based on the specific facts at hand.
Similar to a corporation, the owners of a limited liability are subject to such statutory requirements to maintain the personal limited liability protection for its owners. The owners are also able to create agreements among the owners to control the operation of the company and the relationships between the owners.
Do you have a business matter concerning company formation, contracts, purchase and sale transactions, financing transactions, taxes, human resources, intellectual property, risk management, or lawsuits? If so, please fill out our online Business Questionnaire to receive a free telephone discussion with one of our experienced business law attorneys. During this free telephone discussion the attorney will go over your current situation and your legal options.
We are happy to guide you in setting up your limited liability company. We can meet you in the location that is most convenient to you with 13 locations throughout Central Florida, with our Main office in Orlando. We also have offices including Clermont, Cocoa, Daytona, Kissimmee, Leesburg, Melbourne, Orange City, St. Cloud, Titusville, and The Villages and in North Central Florida Gainesville and Ocala. Our Attorneys work aggressively to ensure your corporate matter is handled with the care you should expect from a firm that has been around for over 40 years.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A LLC or limited liability company is the often used organization for all individuals who want to start a company and protect their personal assets.
An operating agreement is necessary because it makes it clear to all persons involved (called “managing members”) as to what their rights and responsibilities are vis-à-vis the limited liability company.
It is better to have a lawyer set up your company as there is drafting to be done which would address your company’s and also your needs as a managing member. An experienced lawyer also can provide practical counsel as to the LLC and for members moving forward.
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The Corporate attorneys of Bogin, Munns & Munns have over 35 years of experience in guiding clients, from solo owners to multinational entities, in selecting the appropriate entity and on the laws of creating and of operating a Florida limited liability company.
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