Business Formation & Planning
Our experienced attorneys can help you achieve your business goals, whether you’re forming a new company or navigating the mergers and acquisitions process. Reach out to the Hightower Reff Law team today.
Meet the Team
Forming a business can be exciting, but also overwhelming when deciding on appropriate entities and filing legal paperwork. Our experienced business lawyers can help you make the best decisions while you form your business. Learn more about the people here to represent you and your company!
Business Formation & Types of Businesses
We can assist clients in forming all different types of corporate entities, including startups, nonprofits, small business, and more. We’ll draft the documents you need to get your company off the ground and provide maintenance for your legal needs in the future. Before starting a business, talk with our attorneys at Hightower Reff Law.
Types of Business
We help in the planning and creation of a variety of different businesses. Here are a few of the main business types to consider when choosing a business category:
- Sole Proprietorship
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Thorough planning is a key step in starting a successful business. Our legal team will work with you to write a business plan that includes:
- Ownership & Management Rights
- Operating Terms
- Growth Planning
- Business Goals
If you’ve already created a company, we can assist in the amendment of your corporate filings when changes occur or talk about your future requirements to protect your interests and lessen your liabilities.
Legal needs vary for each business. As you’re starting your business, we’ll assist you throughout the entire process. Our services cover a wide range of business needs, including:
- Buy-sell agreements
- Drafting, negotiation, and execution of contracts
- Copyright and trademark registration
- Noncompete agreements
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Tax documentation
Your entity formation doesn’t need to be difficult. At Hightower Reff Law, you’ll know the right documents have been filed accurately and quickly.
Business Formation Process
We want you to know what to expect when going through the business formation and planning process. We’re here to help you create a solid business foundation through these steps:
- Meet with a member of our team to discuss your business structure and goals.
- Draft all necessary business contracts and agreements.
- Develop a business plan with our help.
Our Business Attorneys in Omaha
We understand that starting a business is a big undertaking and requires careful planning. We can provide the legal counsel you need to start your business.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does a small business need a lawyer?
A business lawyer provides valuable legal advice and can identify and minimize any liability issues your small business may face.
How does a lawyer help with business formation?
A business lawyer provides any legal assistance and advice you may need during the planning and execution stages of starting your new business. A lawyer also helps with any financial and liability issues your new business may face.
Why is my business legal structure important?
Your business structure impacts a variety of legal matters related to your business, including taxes, fundraising, liability, and required paperwork. Our attorneys can help you decide which structure to choose when registering your business.
Connect With Our Attorneys
Ready to start the business formation and planning process?
Contact our team of attorneys today.
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