Few times are more full of promise and excitement as the launch of a new business venture. While everyone involved hopes for the best, there are complexities that arise which prudent advice can help either avoid or minimize.
Many new companies face challenges in asset control, taxation, labor, copyright and trademark, finance, governance and investor/ownership issues. The right kind of company will allow for growth at the least cost and protections with the most strength.
In addition to the articles of incorporation and other basic requirements, St. Croix Law can be instrumental in minimizing an entrepreneur’s exposure to risk and assuring the tools are present to conduct business in the most compliant and legally advantageous way.