Texas Law Firm Entity Formation – Introduction to Series
Texas Law Firm Entity Formation
Undeniably, starting a law practice is a challenging and stressful undertaking. Many books have been written offering general recommendations and options for startups. We, however, are focusing on the great state of Texas and specific rules which apply to us in particular.
To begin, one must decide the appropriate business formation: Should you launch a sole proprietorship, limited liability partnership, or even the more formal professional limited liability company or professional corporation? There is a plethora of information floating around the internet and advice which can be found in various publications. Honestly, it is information overload and can be confusing.
We want to simplify it for you.
To help navigate these formidable waters, we’ve written a series of blogs discussing options for each form of business entity. We consulted with two Texas experts on the subject, attorney Michael Navarro of Shackleford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton and Matt Pittsford, CPA of Pittsford & Samuels. We hope you find the information helpful. Please feel free to contact any of us with questions. We are happy to help.
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