Corporate Formation

Your Vision. Your Way.

Among the many important decisions business owners face, one of the most critical is choosing the right entity structure. A corporation provides a familiar set of defined roles for shareholders, directors and officers, while a limited liability company (LLC) combines the liability protection of a corporation with many of the economic and governing flexibilities of a partnership.

Whether you choose a corporation, an LLC, a partnership or another structure, each type of entity has its own tax, financial reporting and governance issues. Therefore, a business should carefully consider each of these factors, along with their potential advantages and consequences.

Our business & finance attorneys regularly advise clients on general business law matters and on the formation and structuring of general partnerships, joint ventures, limited partnerships and limited liability companies. During the initial startup phase of your new business, we can provide sophisticated legal advice tailored for you regarding which type of corporate entity formation would be the most advantageous for your business, and we file all of the relevant paperwork for you.

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Nemani Law Chicago Office

605 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 400
Chicago, Illinois 60611

Office: 312.646.5323
Fax: 708.575.6433

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Nemani Law Addison Office

1001 W. Lake Street, Suite A
Addison, IL 60106

Office: 312.646.5323
Fax: 708.575.6433

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