BUSINESS PLANNING

“The best way to achieve any goal is to have a written plan.  A goal that isn’t written down is just a dream.”                            -Unknown

Every business, no matter the size or type, requires an internal “roadmap” to direct you, the owner/partner, through each stage of starting and managing your business.  Business planning provides concise direction for the most critical tasks that must be completed and a time frame for completion.  Myka M. Landry Law designs and creates business plans that will guide your new or existing company to review the past, assess and evaluate the present, and prepare and set goals for the future. The completed Business Planning Worksheet, (see link), will be utilized to assess your specific business planning legal needs during your consultation.  Here are a few examples:

  • What type of planning, agreements, or business structure is best for your new venture?

  • Are there changes to your current business structure that might need to be implemented?

  • How do I pass my business on to heirs or partners?

  • I need a contract to sell my business.

  • I need a contract to buy a business.

  • What type of operating agreements should I have?

Listed below are the types of business structure documentation and services we provide along with our business planning services.

Multi & Single member LLC, Corporate, or Partnership

  • Document Review and Analysis

  • Articles Registered with Secretary of State

  • Employer Identification Number

  • Operating Agreement

  • Bylaws or Partnership Agreement

  • Ownership Certificates

  • Ownership Transfer Ledger

  • Minutes of Organizational Action

  • PLUS filing fees

  • Instructions regarding Business and business binder

 

Single member/shareholder LLC or Corporation

  • Buy-Sell or Shareholder Agreement

  • Resolutions/Minutes

  • Election to be taxed as S-Corp (IRS form 2553)

  • Contract Drafting

  • Deeds (PLUS recording fee)

  • Ownership and Encumbrance Report

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