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Deciding Which Business Formation is Best For You

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Entering the world of entrepreneurship and forming your own business can be a rewarding endeavor. Starting a business is almost as exciting as owning a home and some feel that entrepreneurship, much like homeownership is the American dream. But starting a business is more than using your talents and gifts to provide a product… Read More »

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Protecting Yourself in a Business Partnership

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A conversation with a friend sparks the idea for a new business that you both decide to pursue, and before you know it you’ve entered into a partnership. Although this new venture is exciting, there are steps you should take to protect yourself in a business alliance. Our South Florida business attorneys are providing… Read More »

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5 Tips for Buying a Business

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Whether you’re just beginning your search or have already selected the business you would like to purchase, the first step is to hire a lawyer. A company of any size will require a significant amount of paperwork to be done before the closing. The accounting books must be thoroughly reviewed and details of the… Read More »

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Dissolution of a Business

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There are a number of unfortunate circumstances which can precipitate the dissolution of a business. Whether it is due to financial struggles or partnership disputes, the closing of a company should be handled by a business attorney to ensure appropriate legal procedures are followed. While every situation is unique, our attorneys have outlined the… Read More »

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Understanding Your Rights in a Breach of Contract

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A breach occurs when one party fails to fulfill the stipulations of a contractual agreement. A written contract is a document that outlines and protects the interests of the parties involved. These agreements can be executed between clients, employees, and business partners. The promises set forth are legally binding and if not upheld, can… Read More »

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Business Litigation Attorneys for Partnership Disputes

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Business disputes are bound to occur between partners. While many disagreements are able to be managed internally, there will be instances when the experience of professional business litigation attorneys will be needed. When faced with a business partner dispute, an attorney can play a pivotal role in resolving issues early on, resulting in minimized… Read More »

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Hiring a Business Formation Attorney

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Creating a business is an exciting endeavor for an entrepreneur, but it can be daunting as well. From business licensing to drafting contracts, it can be tempting for business owners to attempt to take on these tasks themselves; however, these issues often involve intricate legal issues.  Moreover, building a relationship with an experienced business… Read More »

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Time is Running Out to Hold Your Annual Meeting

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Those who own a corporation in Florida are legally required under Section 607.0701 to hold at least one shareholder meeting within the calendar year. With 2018 on the horizon, many companies are running out of time to meet this all-important requirement. If one has not already been held, a meeting of shareholders needs to… Read More »

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Transferring Ownership of a Corporation in Florida

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There are many reasons why a business owner might want to transfer ownership of his or her company to an outside party, whether that transfer is in part or in full. If this is the case, knowing how to accomplish this transfer is advisable. As with any legal concern regarding a person’s business, seeking… Read More »

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Annual Shareholder Meeting Essentials

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According to every state’s business and corporate law, all corporations, regardless of their size, must hold an annual shareholder meeting. A seemingly simple annual meeting, especially for single shareholder S Corporations — shareholder meetings are often legally complex affairs. West Palm Beach business and corporate lawyers can ensure an annual shareholder meeting satisfies all… Read More »

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