"What we do"

Business Organization and Planning

Forming your business

Business Law

BUSINESS FORMATION

Choosing a business entity is one of the most important decisions a business owner will make. As an owner, your personal liability, legal rights and obligations and tax responsibilities are dictated by the type business entity you select.

Whether you are a business owner starting a new venture, or a small to mid-size business owner looking to expand your company, Esqueda Law will assist you in developing and implementing an entity formation strategy.

We advise our clients of their legal options and discuss practical business formation ideas available to them, including the use of the following types of entities:

  • C-Corporations
  • Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
  • Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)
  • Partnerships
  • S-Corporations
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CONTRACT LAW

Contracts can help ensure your business continues to operate successfully. Drafting effective contracts for every aspect of your business is essential. 

Our firm understands that contract issues can arise and impede the operation of the business. We can help minimize the legal problems associated with contract disputes, writing effective demand letters, clarifying issues, and working to mediate solutions.

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Real Estate Law

The practice area of real estate and property law deals with a variety of issues related to real property, leases, property purchases, landlord/tenant and contract law, including contract disputes.  Real estate lawyers navigate clients through both simple and complex real estate transactions and real estate laws including mortgages and foreclosures.

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CORPORATE LAW

Corporate Law deals with the formation and operations of corporations. A corporation is a legal entity created under the laws of the state it’s incorporated in. State laws regulate the creation, organization and dissolution of their corporations. The formation of a corporation creates a legal “person” or entity that has standing to enter into contracts, and perform duties necessary to maintain a business, separate from its stockholders.

Corporations are taxable entities, which results in shielding the individual owners or shareholders from personal liability for the liabilities and debts of the corporation.

 

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Here to help with your Business and Contract Needs

Business Formation / Contracts / Real Estate