Business Formation Lawyer in Houston
Start Your Business with Confidence
In today's competitive business climate, if you want to stand any chance
of success you need to first ensure that your business is formed correctly.
At Correro & Leisure, P.C., our Houston business litigation lawyers
are focused on walking our clients through this intricate and crucial
process from start to finish. Whenever you have a question or concern
about the formation of your business, we want to be the ones to help you
find the right solution that works for you.
The people of Texas trust our attorneys because of their accomplishments:
- 10.0 "Superb" Avvo rating
Attorney Mark Correro selected to the
Super Lawyers® list for 2014 & 2015 (Thomas Reuters); Attorney Lance Leisure selected to the
Texas Super Lawyers® list for 2015 & 2016
- Decades of combined experience
Don't hesitate to seek help when your business is waiting.
Call (832) 384-9783.
What Will Your Business Do?
The first step in business formation is developing a clear vision of what
your business is going to do. Once you understand what your business is,
you can develop a strategy for how you want it to accomplish your goals.
While your vision might be a clear in your mind, it is important to realize
that legal speedbumps and roadblocks you may not have foreseen can derail
or otherwise impede your progress. The best way to ensure that nothing
is out of place and that you are proceeding correctly is to retain our
highly-experienced and knowledgeable business attorneys in Houston.
We will want to consider the following questions:
- What type of business will you create?
- Are there any liabilities involved?
- Do you have property for your business establishment?
- How many people will control the company?
After we have helped you identify the important questions for your business
plan, we can help you identify which business structure may be right for you.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recognizes five main business structures:
- Limited liability company (LLC)
- S corporations
- Sole proprietorships
What is Incorporation?
Depending on the size of your business, you may want to consider setting
up a corporate entity as a separate entity from its owners. A company
that is successfully formed typically finds a great deal of benefits,
such as greater protection of the owner's personal assets from liability.
Incorporation is not necessarily right for every business, so be sure
to speak to a professional business lawyer if you have any questions about
this unique and complicated process.
You Have Questions, We Have Answers
Realistically, most people who decide they want to form a business are
not familiar with the steps and potential pros and cons involved with
doing so. This is where our Houston business attorneys can help. We have
decades of experience in
business litigation, business law,
contracts, and more, and we want you to succeed in making your business dreams a
reality. Our corporate lawyers are prepared to help you achieve your goals.
We can use a
free initial consultation
to point you in the right direction today!