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The success of your business is directly related to the planning put into it during its inception. Your business plan should set out not only what you want your business to be, but what steps you will take to reach that goal. For many entrepreneurs, this comes as second nature. However, for those who are new to the scene and want to be successful, it's crucial they know how what they're doing factors into the bigger picture. We at Seal & Kenedy understand this need, and we're ready to work with you on creating a lasting plan for the future you've always dreamed about. You got this, just remember we'll be there every step of the way.

Forming an LLC, you will need a few documents:

  • Articles of Organization and Operating Agreement – An LLC is set up as a non-profit organization. Therefore, you must file articles of organization with your state. The operating agreement is the internal rules and regulations that govern how the company is run.

  • Partnership Agreement – An LLC is a partnership. While it appears that each member has unlimited liability, it is only true for debts and obligations ran by the company. In reality, if an individual member is liable, their personal assets are at stake. Therefore, this document outlines your protection from personal liability while making the decision to join or support an LLC.

No matter what stage of your business you're in, our lawyers will help you every step of the way to create a solid future. Start by calling or clicking below to schedule an appointment with us!