Regardless of whether you are starting a new business in Long Island or if you are running an established company, it’s a good idea to surround yourself with good people. If your internal management team does not include a Business Attorney and you are operating a business in New York, you should hire our experienced Long Island Business Attorneys.
The Lawyers of the Masini Law Group are experienced Long Island Business Attorneys. Allow our Long Island Business Attorneys to be your resource when a business law issue arises.
Should I Incorporate My Long Island Business?
If you are going into business, you should seriously consider forming a corporation or a limited liability company to protect your personal assets. We recommend that you speak with your Accountant and see if they have a preference as to which type of entity is appropriate in your particular situation. If you have a question about the benefits of incorporating your business, contact our experienced Long Island Business Attorneys.
If I Can Incorporate for a Just a Few Hundreds Dollars Online, Why Do I Need a Long Island Business Attorney?
It is very simple to go online and form a corporation or a limited liability company today. However, if there will more than one share holder of a Corporation or more than one Member of a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in New York, I strongly urge you to consult with our experienced Long Island Business Attorneys. By drafting a shareholders agreement or operating agreement early on the relationship, you are able to provide for what may happen down the road. If you have questions about the need of a business lawyer, contact our experienced Long Island Business Attorneys.
What if Something Happens to My Partner?
If you are a shareholder in a corporation or a member of a limited liability company on Long Island, and one of the other shareholders die or members die or becomes disabled, you should speak with our Long Island Business Attorneys immediately. Our dedicated Long Island Business Attorneys will review your shareholder’s agreement or operating agreement with you. If you have a question about the loss of your partner,you should seek the advice of our qualified Long Island Business Attorneys immediately.
Hire an experienced Lawyer that cares about you. Our Long Island Business Attorneys are dedicated to getting you the best possible legal outcome.
Call (516) 252-3581 to speak with one of our experienced Long Island Business Attorneys.