Milwaukee Business Start-Up Attorneys
“Business planning is the foundation on which all successful businesses are built”
- Attorney Scott N. Burns
The first steps you take when you start a new business venture are among the most important you will ever make. That is why it makes long-term sense to consult experienced Milwaukee business start-up attorneys to help you organize your new venture in the most advantageous manner possible.
Working Today to Protect Your Future
Whether you are an entrepreneur with a bold new idea, two partners who want to purchase an existing business, or a real estate developer who needs to form a new business entity for a development project, we can help.
Our Milwaukee business formation lawyers can counsel you regarding the type of business entity that makes the most sense to you from a tax, liability, and business successor standpoint.
We are able to assist you in all types of business entities, including C corporations, sub-chapter S corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), general partnerships and limited liability partnerships (LLPs).
We can help you structure your business organization by drafting appropriate organizational documents and buyout agreements.
We will help obtain the appropriate business licenses and registrations and protect your intellectual property through patent, trademark and copyright protection where appropriate.
Positioning you for Success
Before launching a new business, it is important for you to consider who will take the risk, who will do the work, and who will get the profits and be responsible for the debts.
Who will be authorized to purchase assets for the company? What will happen if one of the partners dies or wishes to get out of the enterprise?
We will discuss these and many other questions in an attempt to build a strong foundation for your business venture.
We have represented owners of restaurants, builders, real estate development companies, gas stations, transmission shops, bars, medical practices, non-profit organizations, business parks, manufacturers, lenders, gift shops, construction companies and many more.
While no amount of planning can eliminate the risk of doing business, an effective business start up attorney can position your new venture for future success.