Morgan Easley is affordable business law. Setting up your business, or positioning an established business for growth within a multiple entity structure, is one of the the most important decisions you will make. Will you build you house on sand or on rock?
We offer competitive flat-fee rates for business formations that include professional attorney counseling on the best ownership and tax structure for your business. While a Georgia corporation or company may well be your best choice, we can set up Delaware companies, Nevada companies, and entities in many other states if necessary. We then form the entity, prepare initial corporate resolutions, apply for your tax ID number (your EIN), and provide you with all the paperwork and documents for your protection that a larger company would have. We protect your privacy with registered agent services. And we are there for you down the road to help you make the most of an opportunity or manage a crisis.
Launching or growing a business takes time. We get it – we are business owners too! Since time may be the most precious thing you have, we are happy to make introductions for you, at no charge, to our network of reliable, trustworthy, local vendors you need to grow or safeguard your new venture. Our connections include commercial bankers, insurance specialists, realtors, lenders, branding and website professionals, promotional product specialists, and many others.
While you focus on building and growing your business, we focus on your legal protection. Our business formation or restructuring services include the following:
- Counseling and structuring strategies for startups
- Single and multiple entity formations in any state, including corporations, LLCs, professional corporations, and other entities
- Preparing documents related to business formation, including initial corporate resolutions
- Ownership agreements, including
- Operating Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Stock Option Plans and other employee incentive agreements
- Equity structuring, including vesting Issues