Category Archives: Business Law

When you’re starting a new business, you likely have a lot of questions on your mind. While you’re deep in the throes of developing and refining your product and unique differentiators, you also have to consider whether your business is properly structured so as to maximize your earnings and set yourself up for long-term success. […]

As a business owner getting ready to retire, you may be wondering what will happen to your business now that you’re not interested in being involved in the day-to-day. There are a variety of options for transferring ownership of your business, and an experienced Springfield business lawyer can help you explore your options. Below, we […]

While over 90 percent of American businesses are family-owned, less than 30 percent of those businesses are handed down to the second generation. The lack of a business succession plan is the key reason cited for being unable to transition the business to the next generation of leadership. If you want your thriving Missouri business […]

When starting a business in Missouri, deciding whether to form a corporation, limited liability company (LLC) or some other type of business entity is one of the first legal issues you will encounter. It is also one of the most important, as the type of entity you choose can have significant implications for your income […]

When starting a new business, the “legalese” is often near the bottom of most founders’ to-do lists. Product development, relationship development, breaking the mold – these are the things that are going to help you penetrate the market, and they are the reasons you decided to become an entrepreneur. But, starting a business is inherently […]

When starting a new business, it is critical to be proactive about protecting your personal assets and putting your company in a favorable position to achieve sustainable growth both now and in the future. This means giving due consideration to the legalities and preparing the necessary documentation to protect your company against potential losses and […]

We live in a large, great country with fifty diverse states. You might grow up in one state, call another state home, and open your LLC in yet another state. Many people assume they must open their limited liability company (LLC) in their home state, and this misunderstanding causes them to miss out on benefits […]