How Do I Set Up My New Small Business?

small business lawThere are many different types of entities in which a business may operate. Depending upon any number of issues, you may choose to set up a corporation, a limited liability company, a general or limited partnership, or just operate as a sole proprietorship.

Each of these various forms of business ownership has their own tax and liability ramifications. Our attorneys will help you sort through the maze of regulations, legislation, tax laws, employment issues, and other legal issues to determine which style of ownership best suits your business needs. We have attorneys who are licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky and can represent the small business operation in both jurisdictions.

We are able to work with your accounting representatives in resolving taxation and employment issues at both the federal and the state level.

We want to be able to provide quick answers and ready solutions to your business needs so that you can concentrate on the matters important to you in growing your business and in serving your customers and your clients.

We will assist in setting up the appropriate business entity, preparing and filing all required state and federal forms to help establish your new business entity and to help your current business entity remain in good standing at both levels.