Business Formation

In order to shield yourself from personal liability, it is often advisable that you conduct your business through a formal business entity and ensure that corporate formalities are followed.  Such corporate formalities include having a number of different legal documents, such as Articles of Organization, Operating Agreements, various documents required by the Tennessee Secretary of State’s Office, and Corporate Minutes and Resolutions.  These types of internal corporate documents are essential to running any type of business, including those ran with just 1 person or 100.

Our lawyers have assisted businesspersons form thousands of business entities.  Whether you are looking to form a General Partnership, Limited Liability Company (“LLC”), S-Corp, C-Corp, or any other type of business entity, our firm can help you draft the proper paperwork to be a recognized business entity in Tennessee.

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