Legal Advice for Incorporation — 43 results
Written by attorney Kenton Clayton, 7 months ago.
So you’ve finally decided to form your corporation or LLC using one of those on-line, do-it-yourself incorporation companies. And you've gotten $10,000 each from... your aunt in Texas and... more
Written by attorney John C Peick, over 1 year ago.
Some accountants and attorneys are establishing standard for profit corporations for healthcare providers, and are leaving their clients vulnerable to attacks for practicing within an... more
Written by attorney Michael Allen, about 4 years ago.
HERE ARE THE 17 STEPS TO INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS... THE RIGHT WAY!
Written by attorney David Gillespie, about 4 years ago.
In the past couple of months,
weve had several inquiries about whether to incorporate a new business
in Nevada rather than Delaware or the home state of the business. In
the last decade,... more
Written by attorney Michael Catania, about 2 years ago.
INCORPORATION BY REFERENCE
Contractors are generally familiar with AIA Document A-401: Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor and Subcontractor. If left unaltered, Article 1 of AIA-... more
Written by attorney Steven Ayr, about 2 years ago.
One of the most common questions I've heard from people thinking about incorporating their business is, "Should I incorporate in Delaware? I've heard it's better." Typically, the individual... more
Written by attorney Allen G Drescher, about 4 years ago.
1 File Articles of Incorporation Go to www.filinginoregon.com. This is the website for the Oregon Secretary of State Corporation Division. Go to business name search to see if the name... more
Written by attorney Jon David Rogers, over 2 years ago.
Incorporating your business brings tremendous benefits, namely certain tax benefits and legal protections. But the process can seem daunting and difficult. This guide can help inform you... more
Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, almost 5 years ago.
An unincorporated club, church or other group is an unincorporated association. All members of an unincorporated association are personally liable for any... more
Written by attorney Susan Dawson, about 4 years ago.
Rule #1: Pay attention to your address. If you're starting a business out of your home, do you really want your home address to be public information? If you put it on the Articles it will... more