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Business Legal Services

You finally did it – you made the decision to go off on your own and start your own business. That’s great, but what does that really mean? What type of entity should you use? Should you elect to be treated as an S-Corp? Should you have someone else serve as your agent?

When starting your own business, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced business law attorney to ensure that you are selecting the appropriate legal entity. Further, it is important that you speak with an experienced business law attorney that understands the latest in formation techniques, technologies and is able to understand how your business is different than your competitors.

At the Ament Law Group our attorneys are experienced at helping businesses select and form the best legal entity for their business structure. Further, when we speak with our clients, we make sure that they understand the advantages and requirements of each legal entity-type. Ultimately, it is our goal to get your business off to a strong start by maximizing benefits and minimizing liabilities.

Our business law attorneys have experience helping clients form different types of legal entities. Among those we often work on for clients are Limited Liability Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships, and Corporations. We also assist clients in the necessary activities to form a Sole Proprietorship.

Many entities create a trade name to go with their business. It is important to determine whether this action requires a trademark or “symbol” to market you as a business or a brand. We can help you research your trademark to ensure you’re not accidentally copying another business’s trademark that is similar.  

Passing a business on to another generation is often one of the greatest joys a parent or grandparent can experience. Our business law attorneys are highly skilled at speaking inter-generationally, helping resolve conflict, and enabling a business to survive to benefit future generations.

Unfortunately, not every business can be considered a success or are not able to be passed to another generation – we are able to help businesses wrap-up their activities and file for dissolution in Pennsylvania.

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