Dayton Business Planning & Litigation Attorneys
Legal Guidance for Your Company in Montgomery County & Greene County
At Arnold & Arnold, Ltd., we represent our clients in a variety of different business matters, including business succession planning and business litigation. Our business planning and litigation attorneys in Dayton, OH have been practicing for many years now. We provide legal services for the creation, operation, growth, protection, and disposition of businesses. Our services tend to involve a team approach between our firm, other business and financial professionals, and business owners and management. Incorporating or creating a formal business structure for your business helps protect your personal assets from your business risks and liabilities. Depending upon your specific situation, a formal business structure may provide numerous tax advantages.
Our business litigation focuses on two main areas:
- Internal corporate disputes and contract disputes.
- External corporate disputes and contract disputes.
Our Dayton business planning attorneys have been practicing this area of law for many years.
- Evaluation of, and input on, business plans
- Advice on choice of business entity and structure (Limited Liability Companies (LLC), corporations, S corporations, partnerships)
- Developing and implementing start-up and early-stage financing strategies
- Advice as to strategies to develop and protect intellectual property
- Operation and growth
- Developing and implementing debt and/or equity financing strategies for growth
- Planning and negotiating joint ventures, licensing arrangements, and other strategic alliances
- Planning and implementing franchising strategies
- Advice and representation with respect to strategic acquisitions
- Business organizational structure and risk management advice
- Planning for debt and/or equity restructuring
- Conducting meetings
- Contract review and drafting
- Tax planning
- Protecting business assets
- Non-compete agreements
- Employment agreements
- Vendor and exclusivity agreements
- Succession or sale of business
- Tax and estate planning for owners
- Business succession planning involving transition of the business to partners, family members, or key employees
- Developing and implementing external exit strategies, including sale and merger
- Buy-sell agreements
An attorney at Arnold & Arnold, Ltd. can provide reliable legal guidance in the area of Dayton business planning. Call us today at (937) 888-2909 to speak to our Ohio business lawyers.
How We Help With Business formation in Ohio
Arnold & Arnold, Ltd. can help with the formation of any business of any type in the state of Ohio. Businesses can be organized as a sole proprietorship or a partnership. There are different types of limited partnership and there are different types of corporations that we can operate under. One of the most popular is a limited liability company.
What Are Important Questions To Ask When Considering Forming A Business?
When we sit down with a client, we ask them who the owners are going to be and what their outlook is on how the business is going to be operated on a day-to-day basis. We need to know if we have owners who are also day-to-day managers or if we have owners who might just be investors.
Does Every Business Need Legal Counsel?
Every business should at least have a conversation with counsel, either before they begin or when certain events occur. You should consult with a experienced counsel and you should consult with someone who is versed in taxes in order to understand the legal and tax consequences of what type of business you are creating.
Skilled Business Attorneys Can Help You Avoid Pitfalls
Some of the most common pitfalls are not creating the proper form of business structure and not knowing the internal workings of how a business structure should operate. Additionally, people do not plan properly for when bad events occur. When things come up that affect the structure of the business and the ownership of the business or a disagreement comes between partners, often we see clients who have not set up a formal structure within their business for how to deal with those issues.
What Factors Should Be Considered When Choosing My Business’s Entity?
Your business entity is based on the type of business that you are going into. Whatever product or service you are selling is important to the type of entity that you create. Another factor that should be considered when creating and selecting a business entity type is how many owners you plan to have. Other factors to consider are whether you are going to be receiving outside investment or if you are going to be selling stock in your business.
For more information on Formation Of Businesses In Ohio, a free initial consultation is your best next step. Get the information and legal answers you’re seeking by calling (937) 888-2909.
Please contact us with your questions at (937) 888-2909. Our Dayton business planning and litigation lawyers will be happy to help you out. We look forward to building a relationship and advising you with your legal matters.
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