Business Formation Should Take Your Current And Future Business Plans Into Account

You have your idea or your product. You are ready to take it to the next level and start your own business. You have lots of plans you need to put in place. Have you thought about the legal aspects of your business? You need to consider the type of entity you should choose for incorporation and how your business should be structured. You will want a lawyer to guide you through all of these questions.

Brummund Law Office has helped numerous small-business owners in and around Milwaukee with business formation. Attorney Walter Brummund will sit down with you to discuss your current plans as well as your goals for future expansion. He will make recommendations based on your answers and customize your incorporation documents to fit your needs. Call 414-988-3382 to schedule a consultation.

Preparing For Every Eventuality

The firm can help you form your business under these and other entities:

  • Limited liability company (LLC)
  • Limited liability partnership (LLP)
  • Corporation
  • S corporation

Mr. Brummund will help you think through every aspect of your business plan, including how you will resolve disagreements between partners, the types ofcompliance your business will need to meet and the potential paths your business may take.

He will work closely with you to facilitate communication now and put specific language in place to protect yourself and your company if issues arise in the future. The Brummund Law team is as invested in the success of your business as you are.

Let Brummund Law Help You Start Your Business Off On The Right Foot

Call 414-988-3382 or contact the firm online to make an appointment to discuss the best way to form your business. The firm works with clients throughout Milwaukee County, Waukesha County and surrounding Wisconsin counties.

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