Newburgh Business Formation Attorneys

Middletown Business Law Firm Getting Your Business Off on the Right Foot

One of the most important parts of starting a new business is selecting and forming a business entity that is appropriate for the type of business you are planning to build. Your choice of a legal entity for your business can have major ownership, control and taxation consequences.

At the business law firm of Larkin, Ingrassia & Tepermayster, LLP, our experienced New York business formation attorneys are dedicated to helping clients throughout the Hudson Valley take the first steps toward building successful business ventures.

Putting the Pieces in Place for Future Success

Every business is unique. The best way to make sure you are selecting the right entity for your business is to consult a lawyer who is experienced at assisting all types of business owners. Our firm can advise you on which of the following entity types is appropriate for your goals:

  • Subchapter S corporation
  • Subchapter C corporation
  • Limited liability company (LLC)
  • Limited liability partnership (LLP)
  • Limited partnership
  • General partnership
  • Sole proprietorship

Once you have selected an entity type with our help, we will guide you through all aspects of the entity formation process, including registration with the Department of State and filing of any necessary tax documents with the IRS and Department of Taxation and Finance.

If your business has multiple owners, we can also help you draft and negotiate shareholder, partnership, operating or buy-sell agreements as appropriate. And once your business is up and running, we will continue to be here for all of your business law firm needs.

Call Our Middletown Business Law Attorneys Today · Se Habla Español

From our offices in Newburgh and Middletown, our firm counsels and represents small and medium-sized businesses throughout the Hudson Valley. To schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys, call us toll free at 877-278-5062 or e-mail us today.