Business Law And Organization: Protect Your Bottom Line
Whether you are creating a new business, reorganizing, or want legal counsel to protect an existing business, it is important to work with a knowledgeable law firm that addresses your concerns and meets your goals. The Law Office of Sharon C. Stodghill offers straightforward legal counsel focused on the present and future interests of our business clients. We provide services to assist clients in entity selection, incorporation, contract drafting and/or negotiation and tax planning.
We offer high-quality legal services to companies throughout the Houston area.
Business Formation and Organization
The entity you choose for your business will affect the organizational structure of your operation, have lasting tax consequences and can even affect your bottom line. Our attorneys are experienced in business formation, organization, and incorporation. We are here to educate you about the process of business formation and weigh the pros and cons of various entities. Through our comprehensive and skilled counseling, we can minimize tax consequences and put your company in a good position for long-term success.
Sharon C. Stodghill is a Certified Public Accountant, and John T. Elliott is a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner —we have unique insight into the financial implications of improper business planning. That is why we take the time to understand your specific situation and craft a personalized plan for success. To that end, we advise business clients about:
- Business Formation
- Buy Sell Agreements
- Business/Tax Planning
- C-Corps and S-Corps,
- Limited liability companies (LLC)
- Limited liability partnerships (LLP)
- Sole proprietorships
- Asset protection
- Business succession
General Business Services
Throughout the life of your business, you will face many opportunities and challenges. We are here to handle the drafting and/or negotiation of inclusive contracts that protect your business’ interests. We are skilled and experienced in handling all manner of business contracts and transactions, including those involving formation, vendor contracts, real estate purchases, sales or leases and more.