The Orlando Law Group

Business Formation Lawyer in Orlando, FL

Looking to launch a business? While it’s the American Dream to become an entrepreneur, getting the foundation of your business right is critical. That’s where The Orlando Law Group comes in – to help you launch your business successfully and then be your partner to help it grow and succeed, eventually working with you toward your exit. We’ll listen to your goals and help determine what the best structure for your business should be. We’ll explore the need for trademarks and copyrights on your intellectual property. We’ll develop policies and procedures. We’ll develop standard sales and vendor contracts. Have a partner? We’ll develop the partnership agreement to ensure you are protected if the partnership ends. And then we’ll help you with whatever comes your way as your business grows, from human resource complaints, internet defamation, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, licensing, bad debt and much more. Our firm is founded with an entrepreneurial spirit. Our attorneys have been involved in the creation and growth of dozens of businesses. You want an attorney who knows what you are experiencing. You want The Orlando Law Group.

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Your Questions About Starting a Business

Starting a business is not as simple as building a website and saying, “come buy from me!” Unfortunately, there are dozens of decisions, forms, and licenses you will need to work through to be able to run a business. For instance, should you organize your business as a Limited Liability Company or as a B-Corp? What you decide will affect your business significantly as you grow.
A Limited Liability Company, or LLC, allows the owner of a business significant personal legal protection in case something happens while operating the business. However, company profits are taxed as personal income taxes.
A corporation is a business structure where the business is a separate entity than its owners. The corporation makes business decisions, pays its taxes, and distributes profits to shareholders. There are several different types of corporations, all designated by IRS codes.

It’s like an LLC, but an LLC can have multiple owners.

Every circumstance is different and there are pros and cons to every business structure. That’s why it is critical you meet with an attorney and a tax professional to fully determine what works best for your business.

The Orlando Law Group takes the information and files the proper paperwork with all the governmental entities. In Florida, a business must register with the federal government to obtain a business ID number. It then must register with the State of Florida. Finally, the city or county often requires a business license. We take all of that off your plate.

Are you planning to design a new logo? Then we’ll help you get a trademark. Will you use contracted labor or hire employees? We’ll develop contracts for each case. Will you need a standard sales contract? A contract to offer credit to customers? Bylaws and procedures for the operations of the business? The Orlando Law Group helps business owners all the time with these

When an issue arises, you need an attorney to help negotiate or litigate to come to the best solution possible with any issue. The attorneys at The Orlando Law Group will stand by your side fighting for you in cases such as Contractual Disputes, Insurance Disputes, Real Estate and Construction, Licensing, Debt Collection and more.

The Orlando Law Group can also help you in a growing area of law, business defamation, which comes into play when a customer or competitor defames you on the internet which is occurring more and more frequently. Often reviews and other posting are done by disgruntled employees or others and need to be dealt with to avoid injury to your business.

In today’s online world, your brand can be easily reproduced and used by someone else for profit. We can help protect you from that scenario and from other ways people might steal from you. It’s critical for every business to have the right trademark, word mark or copyright to give you the tools you need to stop people from profiting off your hard work.

Your business is unlike any other, so why would you use the same contract as everyone else. Your contracts need to be specifically written for your type of business, your business structure and for specific terms that you want – or are necessary for your niche. Having a set of well-written legal documents is a key to avoiding issues later.

The Orlando Law Group can help you in a number of ways. Our team is filled with experts in commercial real estate law and can work with you if you want to invest in a building for your office or just lease space in an established location. As with any legal document, it’s critical to have us review your sale contract or lease to ensure there aren’t any surprises down the road.

Whether you are looking to sell your business eventually or pass it on to your children or partners, you’ll need an attorney to help plan for what you want to happen. Having a legal document with your wishes and goals ensures your desires are followed.

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