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Business Law: Guidelines for Starting a New Business
Monday, February 15, 2016


According to the legal website Avvo, a business is “any entity that strives to make a profit,” in the broadest sense of a definition. This ranges from new businesses to small businesses to large corporations and everything in between. Business structure and size may change, but when creating any new venture, each new company must follow regulations. Consequently, those regulations can vary based on the structure of a new business.

Sole proprietorships, corporations, LLCs, business partnerships, incorporating, etc., whatever the structure of a new business may be, they all require a business plan. Like with any project, a business plan requires goals, timelines, finances, marketing, and a company description — the list goes on and on. In addition to the resources and knowledge available when contacting Wolterman Law Office, the Small Business Administration offers several resources for developing a business plan.

Once a business plan is set in motion, there are even more steps to take in order to establish a new business. It’s best to get in touch with an attorney, because, when starting any enterprise, there are several legalities that need to be followed. All business owners and managers should be aware of the laws related to these ventures. However, contacting lawyers who are educated in this scope of the law can be beneficial to make sure everything is up to the ideal standard. A few of the legalities any business owner needs to be familiar with include tax laws, employment laws, intellectual property law, and zoning laws, among others.

After establishing a business plan, contact Wolterman Law Office at 513-488-1135 to arrange an initial consultation. The Wolterman team offers quality business law legal services backed by our high level of personalized assistance. At our law office, we can help with all aspects of business law, from registering a new business to licensing to taxes to employment laws, Wolterman Law Office has the attorneys who know just how to handle business law.

See our entire Business Law Overview.


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