If you are starting a business, one of the first considerations is which form of business entity to create. Should
you operate as a sole proprietor, a partnership, a limited liability company or a corporation? How can you
achieve limited liability without paying too much in taxes? Each type of business form has unique benefits and
drawbacks. We can help you decide which business form is right for you.

After your business is formed, we can help it run smoothly. Many disputes among business owners can be
avoided with careful planning. We know that it is almost always better to avoid a dispute than to try to resolve it
after it arises. With dispute avoidance in mind, we can draft various contracts, such as partnership agreements,
operating agreements and shareholder agreements to help promote the harmonious and efficient running of
your business.

To help avoid disputes between your business and third parties, we also draft agency agreements, employment
contracts, distributorship agreements, confidentiality agreements, sales agreements and many others.
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