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Corporate Law

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Leading Attorneys for All Corporate and Business Needs

At Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn, our Corporate Law Attorneys work with new and existing businesses and entrepreneurs in Northeastern Pennsylvania and throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to assist the clients in deciding on the best ways to maximize their success in forming, governing and managing all kinds of business entities. We focus on how business entities are formed and managed as there are numerous types of business structures to choose from, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, corporations, trusts and business and professional corporations.

Partnerships and corporations each have various subcategories of possible business entities such as limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, Subchapter S Corporations, C Corporations and in some cases, joint business ventures between various entities. Each type of business structure has its advantages and disadvantages, including different legal and tax issues that must be considered to make sure that the best choice is made.

At Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn we provide not only guidance on selecting the type of business structure which best suits the legal needs of the client, but also on forming the entity and providing governance guidance while working with the client’s accountants.

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Corporate Law Services

  • Preparing and filing formation documents, such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies and business and professional corporations.

  • Drafting partnership agreements, operating agreements, shareholder agreements and employment contracts as well as financing the business.

  • Assisting business entities regarding internal governance as well as insurance and employment matters.

  • Advising business entities on legal compliance and certain state/federal regulatory matters.

  • Developing business and family succession plans. Our corporate and business lawyers work with our estate planning specialists to develop plans to continue your business in the event you are no longer around to manage it.

  • Providing advice on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, leveraged buy-outs and joint ventures.

Do You Need Guidance Managing Your Corporate Business Needs?

For business entities, our legal services also address the duties of the management of the business, investor ownership, the rights of shareholders/members, transferable shares and the myriad of diverse legal issues that are unique to business entities. We also work closely with the non-profit community which includes many charitable organizations that do good work in the community and who are forced to deal with many business and regulatory issues that make the work of non-profit entities including charitable foundations challenging.

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