Starting a new business is an exciting venture, but it can be a complex legal path to navigate. At Jurado Law Firm, we represent small businesses and entrepreneurs in their comprehensive business formation needs. We will carefully guide you through the process to ensure your interests are protected.
Our firm can assist business clients in acquiring a property, either through a lease or by buying and negotiating the financing for the property with the bank or other lender. We work in close conjunction with accountants to ensure the business formation is completed in a manner that is tax-efficient for our client.
In addition to initial financing, we have experience representing small business owners in the following business start-up issues and transactions:
• Articles of incorporation
• Shareholder agreements
• Partnership agreements
• Buy-sell agreements
• Confidentiality agreements
• Restrictive employment agreements
• Non-compete agreements
• Severance agreements
Specifically, in cases of business formation of a franchise, we assist clients in negotiating with franchisors.
Let a business lawyer in Miami help you grow and protect your business.
We can help you distinguish what type of business entity you wish to form, whether as a corporation, partnership, limited liability partnership (LLP), or limited liability company (LLC), and ensure the proper documents are filed with the state and the IRS, and advise you with respect to legal advertising requirements.
We are committed to providing each client with thorough and knowledgeable representation in a matter that is expeditious and cost effective, without cutting corners. We understand the importance of providing each client with thorough legal support to ensure all business formation needs are met and future problems are avoided.
For a Consultation email us at Romy@juradolawfirm.com
The First Step Our Business Lawyer In Miami Will Ask. What Type Of Business Do You Want To Have?
Nonprofit organizations use profit to improve services, rather than pay dividends to investors. If your business is registered as a nonprofit, you’re eligible for certain government resources.
Green businesses not only benefit the environment, but also use eco-friendly business practices as a means to market their products. Learn more about how to get certified as a green business.
STARTUPS & HIGH GROWTH BUSINESSES
Startups commonly are technology-based businesses and have high growth potential. Learn more about how to start, run and expand a startup or high growth business.
Many well-known companies like Apple and Ford started as home-based businesses. Learn more about how to set up a home-based business and what you need to know to comply with laws and regulations.
Establishing a business presence on the Internet can be a great way to sell and market goods and services. Learn more about how to start and manage an online business.
Franchises can provide an opportunity for ready-made business success, but they also come with a variety of challenges. Find out what you need to know before purchasing a franchise.
BUYING EXISTING BUSINESSES
Buying an existing business can be less risky than starting one from scratch. However, know the terms of purchase before doing so. Learn more about purchasing an existing business.
SELF EMPLOYED & INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS
Being a self-employed or an independent contractor can offer small business owners flexibility as well as challenges. Learn about the pros and cons of both and how you can get started.
Learn about the wide range of federal programs available to help women owned small businesses start up, grow and succeed.
Starting a small business is a tremendous opportunity for veterans. The federal government has programs specifically for veterans and the military community.
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Starting a business can be a great opportunity for those with disabilities because of benefits such as work flexibility. Learn more about government programs for disabled small business owners.
Young entrepreneurs are the key to our nation’s economic future. Learn about federal government resources to help aspiring small business owners succeed.
Are you nearing retirement and exploring new business opportunities? Now is the time to explore the possibilities.
SBA is a strong advocate of minority and special audiences, and we know doing business with the government, also called government contracting, can be a very lucrative endeavor for small businesses.
Information on programs that are designed to help Native American entrepreneurs start, grow and manage their businesses.