At the Scaletta Law Firm, we assist clients in forming business entities for both business ventures and estate planning purposes. The different business entities allowed under Florida law have unique characteristics and can be treated differently for tax purposes. Once a decision is made as to which type of entity to use, we will work to form the entity and draft its governing documents in accordance with the goals and objectives of the business owners.
We will also help negotiate and draft agreements between the owners, such as an Operating Agreement or a Shareholders Agreement, as well as assist owners in giving thought to the succession of the business itself.
In addition, we are available to assist business owners with operational aspects of running the business, such as entering employment and non-compete agreements with employees, negotiating contracts with outside vendors, and providing ongoing advice as the business grows.
If you own a business or want to start one, or are interested in creating a business entity for estate planning purposes, call the Scaletta Law Firm today.