When starting a business, it is vital to select the optimal organizational structure. The form of entity selected for the conduct of a business greatly impacts the daily operations of the business, the income tax consequences and the liability exposure, not only to the business but also to its owners and their heirs.
The attorneys of Willcox, Buyck & Williams, P.A. have assisted thousands of clients with this creation of a business. We review the goals and individual facts present in each situation and recommend the best entity and the different elections or options available under each. The types of entity include:
- Limited or general partnerships
- Limited liability companies (LLC)
- Corporations, C or sub-S
- Charitable corporations
Our services extend beyond the simple selection of an entity. Our lawyers are involved from the initial conference and decision-making, through document preparation and filing with appropriate authorities, to post-formation activities such as preparation and adoption of bylaws and director / shareholder resolutions. After a startup business is underway, we can help further with any business and commercial law matters or litigation that may arise.
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Since 1895, Willcox, Buyck & Williams, P.A., has provided top-quality service to the people and businesses of South Carolina. The business organization attorneys of our firm have brought about hundreds of startup businesses, and have earned the knowledge and experience to assist anyone in or near our Florence, and Grand Strand, South Carolina law offices. Mark W. Buyck and Reynolds Williams have been listed in every editon of Best Lawyers in America.
Contact us to set up an appointment with one of our lawyers. We respond quickly to all correspondence and always keep clients abreast of developments in their cases. From law offices in Florence and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, we serve Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Garden City, the Grand Strand, and other communities throughout Florence County, Marion County, Horry County, Darlington County, and Georgetown County.