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Starting a business is an exciting prospect. However, once you start researching what is needed to start a business in New Jersey, the whole idea can quickly become daunting. But you don’t have to be discouraged from starting a business due to the initial work involved. An experienced business law attorney can help guide you through the process and make starting a business a much more easy and efficient endeavor.
Since 1984, the business attorneys of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have helped entrepreneurs and business owners in Union County and throughout New Jersey start their new business ventures. Our attorneys use their experience and knowledge to help our clients protect their rights and interests and ensure that they are in the best position for starting a new business. We understand the difficulties inherent in starting any business, so we work diligently to ensure that you do not need to take your focus and resources away from growing your business to deal with the legal details of starting your venture. When you are launching a new venture, you need experienced, results-focused legal representation who will make sure you are in the best position possible to launch and grow your new company.
Don’t stumble out of the gate by making mistakes in starting your business. Let the attorneys of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan help you complete the steps of starting a business venture so that you can quickly get to work growing and succeeding. Contact us today for a consultation to discuss your options and to learn more about how we can help you and your new business.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, you can expect that our experienced business law attorneys will help you through each step of the process of starting a business in New Jersey, including:
Depending on the specifics of your business, there can be many steps to follow in starting your business. Missing a step can delay the launch of your venture and result in additional, avoidable costs, Let our firm help guide you through the process so that you are fully prepared to launch your business.
If you have never started a business before, you may not be aware of the numerous legal issues you will need to consider before you can even start selling to customers or clients. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, we ensure that our clients are made aware of all the issues and decisions that come up in the process of starting a business, and we serve as effective advisors and advocates to help our clients make the best decisions possible that give our clients the greatest chance of success in their new business ventures. Our attorneys have experience advising businesses in local, state, national, and business environments; we can be effective advisors for you no matter what size or kind of business you are looking to start. When you choose Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan to help you with starting a business, you can expect that our firm will do whatever it takes to help you get in the best position possible for starting your new venture so that you have the best chance at growth and success.
If you are considering starting a business in New Jersey, you may have many questions about what kind of business is right for you and what steps you need to follow in the process of starting your business. The business lawyers of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan are ready to help guide you through the process of starting a business and help you make the best choices for starting up your company. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your options and to learn more about how our firm can assist you with starting your new business.
Most new businesses in New Jersey are formed as either corporations or limited liability companies (LLCs). Smaller, single-owner businesses are sometimes operated as sole proprietorships, while some business founders may choose to form their business as a partnership. The primary differences between business entity forms come down to their management and control structures, how business income is taxed, and limited liability protection for the business’s owners. An experienced business attorney at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan can help you determine which entity form is right for your business.
In many cases, it is advisable to create a legal entity with limited liability protection, such as a corporation or a limited liability company. This is particularly advisable if you have personal assets you wish to protect from being used to satisfy the business’s liabilities, such as a house or brokerage or financial accounts. An entity form that offers limited liability protection means that the owners’ liability for the company’s losses are limited to the owners’ investment, and their personal assets are protected from being reached to satisfy the company’s debts.