Anoka Small Business Lawyers

Serving small business owners throughout Minnesota

The small business lawyers at Randall, Goodrich & Haag, P.L.C. provide services to small businesses in a several areas, including: incorporation, forming a limited liability corporation or a partnership, assisting with organization, unincorporated business entities, sales of businesses or corporations, dissolving or ending your business's incorporated status. Whether your business is a small, family-owned company or a successful partnership, the small business attorneys at Randall, Goodrich & Haag, P.L.C. will invest the hard work, skills and dedication necessary to ensure that all of your small business needs are met.

The decisions that confront a small business owner are often complex and can have a significant impact on the health of your small business. For example, deciding just what type of business entity is right for your business presents a dizzying array of options, including: joint enterprises, closely held businesses, sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies (LLC), subchapter S corporations, subchapter C corporations, limited liability partnerships (LLP), professional service corporations, and many other small business entity types.

In addition to business entity questions, the type of issues that a small business owner may face are also numerous, including: creating, transferring and ending businesses or incorporations, funding your small business, small business administration, financing and small business loans, adding owners or partners, taxation issues for partners and businesses, dividing business profits, transferring partnership interests, resolving owner disagreements, tort liability, among many others.

Because there are many difficult decisions, often with varying consequences that result from each decision, it is important that small business owners discuss their business needs and issues with a Minnesota small business lawyer. At Randall, Goodrich & Haag, P.L.C., our small business lawyers can identify and explain what choices or options are appropriate for your small business needs. Contact the Minnesota small business lawyers at Randall, Goodrich & Haag, P.L.C. for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation today.

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