If you’re thinking about starting a new business, The Browne Firm
can help you throughout the business formation no matter which business
structure you choose.
Clients come to us seeking help with establishing:
- Sole proprietorships
- Limited liability companies (LLCs)
- C or S corporations
The structure of your business matters because it can determine how it
operates on a day-to-day basis. It can also impact your company's tax
liability and your personal liability should your business receive hostile
legal action. Your company may require licensing at the local, state,
or federal level depending upon what kind of business you intend to run.
The kind of specialized professionals who will work for you, if any, can
also be a factor.
Our business law attorney in Westchester County at The Browne Firm can
help you make this important business decision. Our firm can work with
you throughout the license application process to help you minimize the
time it takes for you to acquire a license to begin business as soon as possible.
The Browne Firm will help you keep an eye on your Westchester County business
by helping you with drafting and reviewing contracts you have with employees,
other businesses, and independent contractors. You may not have the experience
or time necessary to scrutinize details that could lead to drastic legal
consequences for your company. Hiring an attorney to review these agreements
before they become official can be important for any start-up or new business owner.
If you have an idea or creation you want to protect, The Browne Firm can
assist you. We'll back you up with the legal services necessary to help
you preserve your rights over what you create.
We can help you arrange protection over your intellectual property that
can secure your company’s:
We offer clients help with selecting and registering trademarks, copyright
legal issues, and maintaining your rights over what you create and own.
If you’re a small business owner or operating on a thinner budget,
consider contracting with outside general counsel. Working with our business
law attorney in Westchester County, NY could help you protect your business
without taking on the obligation of hiring a full-time legal team. Your
company can retain the legal services of our business law attorney in
Mt. Vernon at The Browne Firm to help whether you need legal counsel during
formation or before entering contracts.
Reach out to our business law firm in Westchester County online today for
assistance or call us at(914) 290-5622 when you need help today!