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Monthly Archives: November 2019

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Do I Need a Florida Fictitious Name for My Business?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Many times for some businesses you will see an LLC or Corporate business name, and then right next to it, you will see another business name. Later, you may see the same LLC with an entirely different business name than the one you saw initially. How and why are they doing this? It’s simple…. Read More »

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A Florida Business & Corporate Law Requirement: Bylaws

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Florida corporations are popular business entities. They are standalone institutions, apart from their owner or owners and have several benefits. But corporations require something that some business entities do not require – corporate bylaws. Bylaws are the foundation to the structure and operation of a corporation and Florida’s business and corporate laws require each… Read More »

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When Should My West Palm Beach Business Consider Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

There may come a time when your West Palm Beach business falls on hard times financially. After all, many of the major businesses in America today have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. One of the options many business owners consider is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy to reorganize the debt it has accrued in order… Read More »

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Understanding the Basics of a Florida Corporation Business Formation

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

The latest report from the Florida Department of State, Division of Corporations shows that there are 818,067 corporations in our state. This does not include nonprofit corporations and foreign corporations. As you can see, the corporation is a popular form of business entity due to its many benefits and advantages — the primary reason… Read More »

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New Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Amendment to Come in February 2020

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

The Small Business Reorganization Act became law on August 23, 2019, upon signature from the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. The new law helps small businesses by making amending the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process to remove its costly aspects such as disclosure statements and make it simpler for small business debtors…. Read More »

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