Providing The Knowledge To Help You Set Up Your Business Smoothly

Starting or expanding a business is very exciting. As a business owner, you need to think about supply lines, joint-venture opportunities and hiring new employees. You also need to consider the legal needs of your business. Let our Grand Junction business formation attorneys help you get your business started on the right foot.

The Qualifications To Set Your Business Up Correctly

At The Law Offices of Kain & Burke, PC, we have been helping businesses on the Western Slope with their legal needs for decades. Attorney Michael Burke holds an MBA in addition to his law degree, giving him insight into how businesses run, as well as what they need to comply with the law. Attorney William Kain holds an LL.M. in tax law from New York University, and holds an LL.M. in estate and gift taxation, putting him in the unique position of being able to establish your business correctly with regard to taxes and business succession planning. We can help you form your business under the correct entity, including:

  • Limited liability companies (LLCs)
  • Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Limited liability partnerships (LLPs)

To schedule a meeting with our lawyers, call 970-778-4461 or contact us online.

Helping You Establish Your Business And Comply With State And Federal Law

You will work closely with our team, including a lawyer and a paralegal. We will educate you on the best options for your business and help you choose an entity to form under. We will work with your accountant to set up your accounting and tax process, and we will help you determine what kinds of contracts and employee documents you will need. We file the necessary paperwork for your business formation with the Colorado Secretary of State's office. We help you conduct your annual meetings, file annual reports, elect officers and pass resolutions. We maintain the legal needs of your business throughout its life with the goal of setting everything up correctly so that you do not end up in conflict or litigation further down the road.

Because of our extensive background in business law and estate planning, we can help you plan for the continuation of your business after you are gone, including how you will pass it to your heirs or to your business partners through business succession planning.

Contact Our Business Startup Attorneys Today

To learn more about our services or schedule an initial consultation, call our office at 970-778-4461.