Middlesex County, New Jersey Business Lawyer

Business transactions are often multi-faceted and complex. A poorly planned and executed transaction has the potential to damage, even cripple, your corporate investment. To protect your business, it is important to consult with a skilled business lawyer in these situations. Contact the Law Offices of Aditya Surti, LLC today to learn more about how our legal team can assist you.

Business Lawyer | Providing Sound Planning Services for Your Corporate Needs

At Law Offices of Aditya Surti, LLC, we offer trusted legal counsel to large, mid-size, and small business clients in New York City and New Jersey. We have vast experience in all aspects of business transactions. Whether your business matter involves the purchase of capital goods, regulatory compliance, drafting or review of policies and procedures, or another issue, we are prepared to protect your business interests.

Our Business Law Services

Our office assists businesses and individuals with a range of commercial transactions including but not limited to:

  • Business Sales, Purchases, and Transfers
  • Commercial Leases, Subleases, Land Leases
  • Commercial Lending
  • Commercial Real Estate Purchases and Sales
  • Contract Review and Drafting
  • Employment Contracts
  • Partnership Agreements and Shareholder Agreements

Our office strives to build lasting, collaborative relationships with our clients based on honest assessment and dedicated personal service. We are proud to partner with our business clients, serving as a trusted resource for a range of commercial legal issues. Our firm places high value on long-term relationships, enabling us to help businesses identify and pursue opportunities for growth and avoid potential hazards.

Committed to Protecting Your Business

At the Law Offices of Aditya Surti, L.L.C., we are adept at evaluating and safeguarding business transactions for our corporate clients. We have extensive experience assisting start-up companies, as well as providing ongoing advice and representation for established corporations.

Effective Start-Up Business Lawyer

What could be more exciting than launching a new business? And what could be more tedious than plowing through all the paperwork required to do so?

Don’t let your business dreams die while you try to figure out how to form an LLC or whether you should organize as a closely held corporation or how you and your partner should run your new company. How you choose to set up your company can impact the amount of taxes you pay and the amount of liability you shoulder.

At the Law Offices of Aditya Surti, LLC., we work closely with small business owners, investors, and entrepreneurs in evaluating the options available when considering which business form works best for you.

Give your new business venture the best possible chance for success. Contact a start-up business lawyer at the Law Offices of Aditya Surti, LLC. today about structuring your business entity. We have extensive experience in helping entrepreneurs achieve their business dreams.

At some point, you will have to decide the form of your business organization. Depending upon the size and ownership of your company, you will have to choose whether to operate as a sole proprietorship, limited partnership, general partnership, limited liability company (LLC), corporation, or other business entity. There are so many questions to consider when starting a new business:

  • Should it be a sole proprietorship, a partnership, or a corporation?
  • What is the difference between an S corporation and a C corporation?
  • What business entity is best from a legal, tax, and liability standpoint?
  • How can I protect my house and personal assets from liability exposure?
  • If I put in 70 percent of the investment in our partnership, will I get 70 percent of the profits?
  • What do I need to do to properly maintain the entity?

Straight Talk and Straight Answers

We answer all your questions in plain English, not legalese. We work with you, your accountant, and your business partner(s), if any, to determine the most advantageous business entity for your specific situation.

Next, we form the entity and prepare all the accompanying paperwork, including a Minute Book, company seal, member or stock certificates, initial minutes and By-laws for a corporation, and an Operating Agreement for an LLC.

Ownership Agreements and By-laws

If you have partners, we will prepare the document defining the relationship among the partners and how the business should be run. If your relationship breaks down in the future, it is this document that will specify the outcome of your business. This document is crucial to clarify what happens in various contingencies; for example, if one of the partners dies, becomes disabled, retires, or leaves the business, or if you wish to acquire a new partner.

Business formation is just one part of our transactional law practice. We can help new or fledgling companies answer many concerns, such as:

  • What are the basic contracts that I will need with my customers and suppliers?
  • What will I need to do when I hire employees?
  • What are the concerns that I need to address when I find a suitable location for my business?

After your company is organized, we will provide ongoing legal assistance as needed to help it grow and prosper. We are here to help you through all the phases of your business life.

Contact an NJ Business Lawyer Today

We know that your business is more than just a business. It’s an extension of who you are, which is especially true if you built it from the ground up. That said, whether you’re an experienced business owner or are just starting out, you can feel confident in your decision to turn to a knowledgeable business lawyer from the Law Offices of Aditya Surti, LLC. Contact us today.

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