Business Formation & Planning
As an experienced business planning consultant, your business formation & planning attorney guides you through matters of:
Business Formation primarily involves the decisions and documentation of a New Jersey commercial enterprise’s operating structure, such as: Incorporation, partnership, and proprietorship, as well as sub-structural options, such as: Not-for-profit corporation, charitable trust, charitable foundation, professional corporation, limited liability partnership, limited liability company, franchise, and subchapter incorporation.
Contracts & Agreements primarily involves the negotiation, drafting and, if necessary, litigation of relationships between businesses and between businesses and their individual customers and employees. These relationships are usually, but not always written.
Organization & Planning encompasses basic business planning, business continuity planning, tax consequences, and matters of corporate governance, such as ownership structure, scope of responsibility, decision-making processes, documentation and disbursements. Business formation is the beginning of business organization and planning.
Purchase, Sale & Succession ensures profitable business continuity during a change in business ownership or management, as well as the negotiation and implementation of the actual change. Eventually, every business confronts these changes.
Tax Planning focuses on the tax consequences of business formation; business contracts & agreements; business organization & planning; and, business purchase, sale & succession decision.
At times, it becomes necessary to resolve business disputes, inside and outside the firm. Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman attorneys represent business litigation clients for contract disputes, shareholder & partnership disputes, insurance claims, and business torts.
Since 1929, the New Jersey law firm of Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman has built a track record of honest, smart, responsive and responsible legal representation. We have earned the respect of courts, judges, regulators and other New Jersey business attorneys.
Our business lawyers represent clients in even most complex cases, involving several layers of relationships, extensively detailed contracts and agreements, and rare or conflicting legal issues.
The best lawyers at litigating agreements are usually the best lawyers at writing them. And we are best known for complex business, commercial and civil litigation. Our lawyers get the best possible outcome for our clients through negotiation and litigation.
Going to court is hardball. If you want results, then be well represented.
Call our New Jersey business formation & planning attorneys at 1-800-432-LAWS or email our New Jersey business formation & planning attorneys.
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