Startup isn't just another town.
At Gravis Law, PLLC, one of our goals is to help small business entrepreneurs and start-up companies quickly and comfortably get through the legal process of starting a business. When you hire a Gravis lawyer for a business startup this includes a consultation followed by a discussion of a flat-rate fee package tailored to your individual business goals for setting up Single or Multimember LLC's or Corporate structures.
After some initial fact gathering, we will discuss your individual business needs. Some options we include in our flat-rate fee packages include discussion about which entity will best fit your business goals and tax situation; filing articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State; filing state and city business licenses; drafting your business’s governing documents (bylaws, operating agreements, buy/sell agreements); and plans for capitalization of your new business.
Starting an Online Business.
If you are looking to start an online business, there are most likely many questions running through your mind. What kind of funding will you need? What kinds of licenses do you have to register with the state? How do you build and launch a site? Who will buy my products or services? How do I reach all of these people? Starting an online company can be more work than you thought possible! It can be an overwhelming tidal wave of information and things to do!
Once you launch you will then strive to get more visitors, more leads and more revenue to reach your goals. If you do not have a set plan on how to grow, it will be tough and just because you built a site doesn’t mean people will come to it – you must be proactive and active in building and planning. Your business’s success counts on you but a Gravis lawyer for business startups can help.
Purchasing or Selling a Business.
Not looking to start a business from scratch? Or perhaps you have decided to sell your business? Or are you looking to merge your business with an existing business? Gravis Law can help you buy, sell or merge a business. Our experienced commercial transaction attorneys will make the process as uncomplicated as possible.