Finding The Right Fit For Your Business Or Nonprofit
Whether you are starting a new business or nonprofit, or need assistance with an existing venture, quality legal representation is essential to ensuring your future success. One of the most important aspects of the business formation process is the choice of entity. This directly affects the personal liability of the owners and the tax consequences of the business, which can heavily influence the future bottom line.
At Hackman Hulett, LLP, we are committed to helping your Indiana business or nonprofit succeed. Our business planning attorney will take the time to learn about your unique needs and goals and advise you on the best way to get your business off on the right foot. Contact our Indianapolis office at 317-643-6018 to schedule a free consultation.
Helping You Find The Right Fit
Regardless of whether your business is old or new, its entity type affects many important issues such as taxation, managerial control over operations and the level of personal liability for owners. We handle all types of business formations, including:
- Sole proprietorships
- Limited liability companies (LLCs)
- Limited liability partnerships (LLPs)
- C corporations
- S corporations
- Nonprofit corporations
Having knowledgeable legal advice during the formation of your business is vital to its success. Our lawyers will help you find the entity that is the best fit for your business while minimizing the tax consequences, saving you a significant amount of money and frustration in the future.
Knowledgeable Representation For Nonprofits
In addition to for-profit enterprises, our firm can assist you with issues relating to the formation and operation of nonprofit businesses. We understand that legal costs can be a major factor in your decision to hire an attorney. Therefore, we offer flexible legal fees.
Attorney and founder Will Lawson has an insider’s knowledge about the issues that nonprofits regularly face, having sat on several nonprofit boards. We can use our considerable knowledge and experience to ensure that the necessary documents are filled out correctly and future adverse consequences are avoided. Additionally, once your nonprofit has been formed, we are there to ensure that its operations comply with IRS rules and other legal requirements, so it continues to enjoy its tax-exempt status.