I would sit down with a start-up attorney and lay out your business plan for them. A lot of attorneys will provide a consultation and identify issues such as entity structure, initial capitalization, and corporate governance that are all important when getting started.
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I agree with Mr. Camm. You should find a local attorney to discuss the details of the business you intend to start. An attorney will assist you in determining the best business entity, potential liability, and permit issues.
I hope this helps!