At the Law Offices of Campbell & Coombs, P.C., we aim to deliver cost-effective service and solutions in every case, and when necessary, we provide aggressive representation to protect our clients’ interests. From general business to balancing personal and corporate matters in wills and probate, you can rely on our business attorneys.
We are committed to delivering personal service in an increasingly impersonal world. We recognize that cookie-cutter solutions aren’t what is best for you, and we will work with you to create legal strategies that are tailored to your needs and goals. Please don’t hesitate to see how our Mesa business lawyers may be able to help you in matters of business formation, contracts, and more.
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One of the most important business decisions you will make is what type of entity you should operate under. Campbell & Coombs, P.C. will assist you and work closely with your accountant and tax advisor to select the right type of business for you. We can help you choose between sole proprietorship, corporation, limited liability company (LLC), and partnership options. Our Mesa business lawyers can then stand ready to provide you with the advice and guidance to meet your legal needs after business formation.
A corporation is a separate entity. This entity acts like another person, and if done properly, this can protect you and your personal possessions. There are also tax advantages that may accrue because of the incorporation.
Your choice of business entity is important because it will affect your business for accounting and tax purposes, ease of business operation, and protection from personal liability for business debts. Corporations and Limited Liability Corporations are by far the most common types of organizations used today.
Campbell & Coombs, P.C. can file your articles of incorporation within 24 hours. By paying an extra filing fee to the Corporation Commission, approval can be obtained in 72 hours. Unlike the non-attorney or paralegal services you see advertised, our Mesa business law attorneys don’t stop representing you there. We also obtain your corporate minute book, handle the publication of your articles, prepare your by-laws, and conduct your initial shareholder and director meetings. In order to gain the benefits of incorporation, you must complete all your corporate formalities and start acting like a corporation. We can make sure that you are ready to do this.
If you would like to find more answers and proven business counsel, contact us online or call (480) 568-2333 today to request your free case analysis.