Business Law Attorneys
Aspiring entrepreneurs face many decisions during the formative stages of their business. Among these decisions are choice of entity and location. We help business owners during the important phase of corporation formation. Our lawyers review and draft articles of incorporation, bylaws and partnership agreements, thereby creating corporate transparency and a system of checks and balances.
Would you like to speak with a lawyer about a certain business law issue? Please contact Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP today to arrange your free consultation. Our exceptional client services can provide you with the advice you need to get your business running smoothly. We have represented business clients for over thirty years in all regional areas, including Essex, Middlesex, and Suffolk Counties in Massachusetts, and Rockingham, and Hillsborough Counties in New Hampshire. We can help ensure your choices are advisable for your business’s particular needs.
Business Law and Types of Business Formations
Choosing an entity is vital to business or corporation formation. The choice of entity can impact the amount of taxes levied, how dividends are to be paid to shareholders, and how liability is assessed. Our attorneys work closely with clients, evaluating business goals, tax implications and levels of liability in regard to each of the following business formations:
- Limited Liability Corporations (LLC)
- Sole proprietorships
Business Planning and Real Estate Law
Our commercial real estate practice includes helping business owners acquire property. We also help businesses lease commercial space. In each instance, we review the proposed contractual terms to ensure that you aren’t burdened with financial or legal liability in the event of default on the part of the commercial real estate owner.
Business Planning and Tax Planning
The entity under which your business operates will have tax implications. We work with you to form a business entity that can protect your assets from taxes in compliance with federal and state regulations. In addition, we can review your estate plan to ensure that it complies with your bylaws and contains an adequate business continuity plan. Attorney Michael Gerstein holds an L.L.M. in Taxation, instilling confidence in business clients that the tax implications will be fully considered.
Contact our business law attorneys today to learn how we can help you plan for a successful business.