Business Organization

Choosing an organizational entity should start with assessing your goals. Armenteros & Miller, P.A. provides guidance for new or reorganizing businesses that focuses on achieving business goals successfully.

When making a decision about what would be the most advantageous business entity, your attorney will advise you of the benefits and drawbacks, and help you make a decision based on your specific needs. Things to consider include what kind of risk are you willing to assume? We can help you decide which entity will work best for you:

  • Sole Proprietorship — the simplest form of organizational entity in which all liabilities are the sole responsibility of the proprietor, and all losses and profits are reported on their personal income tax
  • General Partnership — similar to a sole proprietorship, but with two or more owners
    LLCs (Limited Liability Companies) — one of the most popular choices of entity, it offers tax advantages while limiting personal investor and owner liability
  • S-Corporation — the shareholders, not the entity, are taxed
  • C-Corporation — a more complex structure in which both the entity and the owners are taxed on the profits of the corporations

To schedule a private consultation or for more information on the business organization legal services provided, please call us at (305) 758-2020..