All business owners should consider protecting their personal assets by forming a limited liability company or corporation with the State of Georgia. An Atlanta incorporation and LLC attorney can assist you with this process.
An LLC and a corporation separate your personal assets from your business assets.
“LLC” stands for Limited Liability Company. Because it is not a partnership or a corporation, the owners of an LLC are not partners or shareholders; they are “members.” Such companies are frequently and incorrectly labeled “Limited Liability Corporations”, but “corporation” is inaccurate and “company” is the proper term.
An LLC actually combines aspects of partnerships and corporations, so an LLC is less formal and more flexible than a typical corporation, yet offers protection and other advantages that are much the same.
An Atlanta business attorney at our law firm can form an LLC or corporation in one day.
To learn more about the differences between an LLC and a corporation, watch this video or contact an Atlanta incorporation and LLC attorney.
Atlanta business attorney David M. Walker, Esq., has years of experience assisting businesses ranging from large, well-established companies to small start-up operations. His skilled legal team has the expertise and knowledge to help you move your business forward. For a complimentary consultation with an Atlanta business lawyer, contact the Law Offices of David M. Walker, Esquire at 404.541.6551.