Maybe you are a sole proprietor or member managed LLC and need another set of eyes to review contracts or other agreements. We are here to help!
Do I need my business contracts reviewed?
The short answer is- it depends! Some business contracts are simple and written in plain English and not confusing legal jargon. However, most contracts have legal implications. For example, you see an “Arbitration Clause” in one of your business contracts. This has a legal implication and can impact your legal rights should a dispute arise.
Where can I go to find general information on setting up a corporation, LLC, or other business entity?
The State of California has an informative website that can provide general information in setting up a business entity, fees that are associated, and necessary forms to submit. This is a great starting point to find general information.
Now, completing the necessary documents to form an entity may be a little complex. For example, forming an LLC requires specific documents that need to be submitted to the State of California within certain time frames. Missing a deadline can result in fees, or possible suspension of the business entity for non-compliance.
What can we do to help you?
We have some client’s who have contracts that need a second set of eyes, or need help drafting their LLC operating agreement. Other clients seek out our help for general business advice. For example, how to operate the business day-to-day or some general tips to help the business continue to run smooth. The good news, we are here to help you! As a small business, we understand running a business can be complicated and overwhelming at times. We get it. We understand client’s have personal and family obligations in addition to trying to operate a business so delegate your business questions to us.