Corporate Formations

Making the Right Choice for Your Company

In the process of starting a new business, choosing the right type of business entity is extremely important. It impacts nearly everything you do in your business and largely defines your level of personal liability should legal issues arise. If you are considering starting a business, consult a business law attorney with experience in corporate formation to ensure that you understand all your options.

At the Mobile, Alabama, based law firm of Satterwhite Law Firm LLC, we help clients throughout southern Alabama, southern Mississippi and northwestern Florida through the corporate formation process. We will give you all the information you need to make a decision that fits best with your business plan and goals.

Corporate Formation Options

It is important to understand the implications of choosing one type of business entity over another. If you choose to be a corporation, for example, your business is considered a separate entity and you are shielded from personal liability, unlike someone who runs their business as a sole proprietor.

We help clients with the following types of corporate formations:

  • Subchapter C-Corporation
  • Subchapter S-Corporation
  • Limited Liability Company (LLC)
  • Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
  • Partnership
  • Sole Proprietorship

We pride ourselves on the personalized service we provide to every client. Our attorneys take the time to help you make sense of all the details and work with you to make a sound business decision. We work out of our Midtown office just outside downtown Mobile to be accessible to our clients. Our clients appreciate the collegial atmosphere and the approachability of our lawyers and staff.

Call for a Free Consultation

Contact our office today to discuss your corporate formation questions. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. Our office has free parking on site.

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