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Helping clients through all stages of their business, from start-up to sale.
Practice areas: Corporate & Incorporation, Employment & Labor, Business, Contracts & Agreements, Arbitration
Review: “He is extremely knowledgeable.He explains everthing in detail.He has been very successful every time I have called upon him, which has been several. He will tell you up front if you have a case & if you can win your c...
Practice areas: Corporate & Incorporation, Family, Litigation, General Practice
Review: “Susan handled the purchase of a home in Commack for me recently. She was very professional and so down to earth that she made me feel comfortable with the whole process. She always returned phone calls the same day and ...
Practice areas: Corporate & Incorporation, Commercial, Criminal Defense, Wills & Living Wills, Landlord & Tenant
Review: “Ms. Messina was the bank attorney for our closing. The Seller's attorney failed to obtain the proper pay-off letter from his client's lending institution and the loan was in foreclosure. Ms. Messina and her staf...
Practice areas: Corporate & Incorporation, Banking, Contracts & Agreements, Foreclosure, Landlord & Tenant
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A corporation is a formal way to organize your business to gain rights and privileges, and to limit your personal liability. There may be tax and financial advantages to incorporation, but it can also increase your business licensing fees and decrease the amount of personal control you have in running your business. There are many legal consequences to incorporation, so it's a good idea to consult an attorney specializing in corporate law. A corporate attorney also represents shareholders unhappy with the actions of a corporation.