Business/Corporate Law

Formation

business-aIn Massachusetts, there are many types of entities that may be formed.  These operational forms include Limited Liability Companies (LLC); corporations; sole proprietorships, partnerships; and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP). Choosing an entity that best suits your goals and establishing a strong start-up plan can be complex. Our goal is to help you navigate the process as smoothly as possible.

At your initial consultation with an attorney at Scafidi Juliano, LLP we will discuss your goals and your requirements—we will discuss such matters as tax incentives and personal liability to owners of the company. After such a consultation, we are confident you will select the entity form that will best serve you and your business.

Counsel

The attorneys at Scafidi Juliano, LLP have extensive experience advising and counsel businesses, both small and large. Such work may include contract/document preparation/review; employment matters; leasing (either as a landlord or a tenant) assistance; plus any other legal matters that your company may be facing.

Scafidi Juliano, LLP attorneys currently serve as General Counsel to multiple companies in Massachusetts, providing a wide range of legal assistance to companies in a variety of fields and industries.

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