Both the formation and dissolution of a company comes with a vast array of legal hurdles. Our skilled San Diego business law attorneys have over half a century of experience and can help businesses open their doors—or close them—in an efficient manner. Our team can assist with corporate entity formation for companies just getting off the ground. We also understand the complex laws that are involved in corporate entity dissolution and can guide clients through every step of the process.
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With more than 50 years of experience, we proudly help companies across California with corporate entity formation. From an initial meeting to drafting and filing the correct charter documents, we understand how to create a lasting and successful enterprise.
Corporate directors and executive officers typically find themselves under considerable scrutiny, and they must exercise a high degree of prudence in conducting the affairs of a corporation. With so many decisions being subject to examination, it is crucial that directors and officers consult with knowledgeable entity formation attorneys when performing their duties.
Other factors you will need to take into consideration include where your entity should be formed and which states offer the best opportunities for different industries, drafting shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, and employment contracts, avoiding corporate board impasse/deadlock, and creating a succession plan and corporate dissolution.
Just as corporate entity formation requires keen oversight, so does corporate dissolution. Business owners often overlook many steps when they are engrossed in the process of wrapping up their businesses. With our help, you will feel safe and secure in how your dissolution is being handled and ensure corporate compliance, whether it’s in California, incorporated in Delaware or anywhere in the nation.
There are many questions to ask yourself when you begin to consider wrapping up your corporation, such as whether board deadlock/impasse may be problematic. When you have decided to wind down your business, you must take important steps to limit your liability, pay any creditors and properly dissolve the entity.
It is also important to ensure that you comply with your state’s specific guidelines for dissolving your business. Our business law attorneys in San Diego can make sure that you have a firm understanding of these rules and regulations, such as closing out general partnership agreements, canceling out-of-state registrations, and getting tax clearance, if necessary.
Whether you are seeking to form a business entity or are considering dissolving one, there is no substitute for competent and understanding advice from an experienced business attorney in San Diego. Our experience spans the nation, and our qualified business lawyers have also assisted foreign corporations. Whether you run a corporation, limited liability company, general partnership or limited partnership, contact our team to get the prompt guidance and assistance that you deserve.
Reach out to Purdy & Bailey, A Law Firm at (858) 360-7080 for proven counsel.