Written by attorney Romy B Jurado | Jul 4, 2017

Drafting an Effective Operating Agreement

Although Florida does not require limited liability companies (LLCs) to have an Operating Agreement, the absence of one means your LLC will be defaulting to states rules and regulations, which may not be in the best interests of your business.

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