From a simple single-member Limited Liability Company to a more complicated partnership arrangement, The Small Business Law Center® can help you start your new business on a firm legal foundation. We can guide you through the often confusing labyrinth of federal, state, and local regulations and licensing requirements that may apply to your business. We can also advise you on ways to protect your assets and on issues you are likely to face once you hire employees. We have helped a wide array of entrepreneurs pursue their dream of starting their own company – from restaurants, hair salons, and consulting companies to real estate investors, towing companies, and IT businesses. For most start ups, capital is precious and must be spent wisely. That is why we keep our services affordable for our clients just getting started. So if you are ready to strike out on your own, call The Small Business Law Center® and schedule a free consultation to find out how we can help.

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