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Helping You Form a Strong Business

At the Roberts Law Firm, we have more than 25 years of experience that we use to help emerging businesses get started. We will take the time to review the nature of your business, to understand what your business does and what you want to accomplish. With this information, we will offer guidance as to what type of entity is most appropriate for your business.

To discuss your case with our Missouri business formation attorneys, call us 636-530-9199 or send us an e-mail.

Limited Liability Company Formation

The most common type of entity for the businesses our law firm works with is the limited liability company (LLC). This entity choice is popular because of the flexibility offered when it comes to tax treatment and liability protection. Furthermore, the annual filing requirements and record keeping requirements are minimal. It is a low maintenance entity, which is important for business owners who need to focus on achieving success for their business.

Other Types of Business Entities

Not all businesses are best served by forming as an LLC. Our attorneys work with business owners, their accountants and financial advisors, and other parties in order to choose the entity that makes the most sense. Other options include:

  • C-corporations (C-corps)
  • S-corporations (S-corps)
  • Partnerships

Businesses will need to maintain annual records, keep corporate minutes and perform other regular duties. Our attorneys can provide these and other ongoing business services throughout the life of your business.

Contact Us About Business Formation

Our business law firm is prepared to use our more than 25 years of experience to benefit you. Send us an e-mail or call us 636-530-9199.

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