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Business Formations and Administration

The Law Office of Jennifer L. Thyng, LLC provides full assistance with the formation of business entities such as corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and trusts, as well as matters relating to the everyday operation of the business entities.

Business Formations & Administration

The Law Office of Jennifer L. Thyng, LLC provides full assistance with the formation of business entities such as corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and trusts, as well as matters relating to the everyday operation of the business entities.

We counsel clients on a variety of matters ranging from business formation and start-up, negotiating buy-sell agreements, acquisitions and sales, to advising existing businesses about their ongoing maintenance and filing obligations.  We also advise our business clients on succession planning and exit strategies, as well as financing options given that much of the transactional work includes real estate. We advise our clients on title review and certification, leases, permitting and licensing matters.

If you plan to start a business, there is a choice between several different types of legal entities. The choice of structure for your business depends on many considerations. We can help you understand what kind of business entity is best for you and your estate plan.

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