2-4 yrs required
New Braunfels, TX, United States
Nov 21, 2021
Mar 06, 2022
Small Business Attorney
Responsibilities: Describe the different business organization forms available to the customer's new business (Sole Proprietorship, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership, Limited Liability Company, Professional Limited Liability Company, Corporation). Advise customers on all business formation matters, including: corporate bylaws, banking, and lines of credit, insurance coverage, investment strategies, corporate compliance issues, negotiating and drafting contracts, and buy-sell agreements. Explain all tax, business liability, management, and start-up cost issues relevant to each business organization form. Help potential customers consider all factors and choose the right business organization form to meet new business needs. Draft all necessary partnership agreements (for new partnerships); articles of incorporation and bylaws (for new corporations); articles of organization and operating agreements (for new LLCs). Draft all necessary shareholder agreements that properly cover the rights and responsibilities of the shareholders, the way in which shares will be transacted, decision-making protocol as it relates to shareholders, how the business will be operated, how to address and resolve disputes that arise between shareholders, etc. Draft and file all government registration documents necessary for the customer's new business, including business name registration. Draft all necessary tax forms to get the customer's new sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or LLC up and running. Secure all necessary business start-up permits and licenses from local, state, and federal governments.