Small businesses can take off or fail to launch simply due to the legal choices made by owners. As a small business oriented firm, we apply our experience, knowledge, and enthusiasm for your business by working with you to explain and make the best business formation decisions to ensure the success and longevity of your business.
We hope to establish lasting attorney-client relationships, and continue to provide guidance and assistance in all of your daily business needs.
Beginning a business in Georgia
Choosing an appropriate business entity structure is one of the most important aspects of forming a business. When starting a new business, necessary considerations should include personal liability, taxation, ownership structure, profit distributions, tax structure benefits, shareholder agreements, operating agreements, succession plans and management provisions. Our firm provides in-depth analysis of your business needs and can help guide your new company to a proper business entity form.
Our firm also provides substantial business planning advisory services. Our experience in business can support our clients in creating and executing a robust strategy to allow their companies to live up to their potential.
We walk clients through the early steps of forming a business, obtaining proper licenses, tax information, and assist with any commercial leases, employment contracts or other business startup needs.
Ongoing Business Management
Business needs often change during the lifetime of a company. Our firm provides the necessary support to convert entity forms, ensure compliance with state and federal regulations,
We provide employment agreements, goods and services contracts, commercial leases, small business litigation, contract litigation and dispute resolution, business advising and counseling, employment dispute resolution, mergers, annual filings, revisions to articles of organization.
Georgia law considers corporations to be a separate legal entity. This means that shareholders have limited liability for the obligations of the corporation. However, exceptions do exist—sometimes to the detriment of the business. This is where the input of an Atlanta business attorneys like David Selby is crucial. Contact us for more information on how we can assist you with your business needs.