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As exciting as it is, starting a business always represents a serious undertaking.  Among the many challenges is establishing the company.  What type of business entity will work best for your organization?  There are many types of companies authorized to do business in New Jersey.  In some cases, assuming a corporate identity is the best option. Just as larger corporations know the importance of experienced legal counsel, small and mid-size businesses should do the same.

The New Jersey Law Offices of DiFrancia & DeDona P.C., have extensive experience guiding business clients through all essential steps needed to form and protect their company.   Becoming a corporation involves more than entity formation.  It also entails a focus on organization and structure.  Among the documents that need to be prepared on behalf of a corporation are bylaws, as well as operating agreements and shareholder agreements.

Business owners need to be proactive when it comes to setting up their business.  This includes drafting appropriate employment agreements, together with confidentiality agreements and restrictive covenants.  Succession planning is another consideration when formulating a corporation.

Many firms that make the decision to form as a corporation also recognize the importance of experienced outside counsel.  As corporate attorneys, the Law Offices of DiFrancia & DeDona P.C. can assist with pressing legal concerns as they arise.

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