Company executives who launch a subsidiary organization as well as entrepreneurs looking to market a new product line through a start-up business need experienced and reliable business formation lawyers to assist them in careful planning of their new business’ needs and goals.  Every new launch must consider the type of business to be formed, income tax issues, exposure to liability and financing.  In fact, the first decision anyone faces when they start a business venture is whether they want to operate the business within a limited liability entity such as a Georgia corporation or LLC. Most people do. If you don’t, you will have unlimited personal liability for the negligence or mistakes of your business.

At Cobb Law Group, our business law attorneys will guide you through the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of business entities available to Georgia businesses, and we’ll ensure that your business is secured by a solid legal foundation for years to come. Furthermore, if you wish, our business lawyers will continue to work with your new company, serving as your legal resource and counsel for other matters that may arise as you enter and pursue dominance in our global marketplace.  Our services include registering your business with the various taxing authorities and ensuring your business is registered and qualified to do business in Georgia each year.  We can get you started and keep you going!

Our services are available throughout the State of Georgia, and we offer several different options based upon your needs.  For those who know the type of entity they wish to form, those who need only basic entity formation, and for those who are willing to do some of the legal work themselves, the Cobb Law Group is please to offer the current Georgia business formation forms through its Georgia Business Law Virtual Law Firm at a steeply discounted rate and from the convenience of your computer.  For those requiring more complex representation, we provide experienced business lawyers and paralegals at fair hourly rates who can advice, educate, and help you with every step.

Our Georgia Business Formation Services:

The commercial law attorneys at Cobb Law Group offer expert legal representation in the following areas:

  • Business Formations (including Georgia sole proprietorships)
  • Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
  • S-Corporations (S-Corps)
  • C-Corporations (C-Corps)
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
  • Joint Ventures
  • Corporate Compliance
  • Registered Agent Services
  • Georgia Business Law Forms for Purchase Online

Let Us Serve As Your Registered Agent:

Every registered business entity in the State of Georgia is required to name a Registered Agent for the purpose of accepting legal service of process.  Often overlooked in selecting a Registered Agent is the jurisdictional aspects–the company’s legal jurisdiction is the Georgia county in which its Registered Agent is located as this is where a lawsuit against your business will be tried.  Some counties have a reputation for being “friendly” to business and others are not.  The Cobb Law Group offers two offices in Georgia from which to choose your legal jurisdiction–Fulton County, Georgia in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta and Thomas County, Georgia in south Georgia.  While both of these counties offer pros and cons related to registered office, Thomas County, in particular, is considered “business friendly”, and our services are an affordable way to have your lawsuits handled in a potentially better setting and to promptly receive your legal service of process.

Corporate Compliance with Georgia’s Statutes:

The financial strengths of our firm add an important dimension to our work in the formation of new businesses. We often serve as general counsel for our small business clients, handling the firm’s corporate annual reports and other legal transactional services they may need from time to time. Our firm works closely with our clients’ certified public accountants, and we have acted as an interim chief financial officer for start-up businesses.

With our income tax and estate planning background, our business law firm can help with a broad spectrum of financial matters of importance to business owners, including business succession planning, divorce and prenuptial agreements, bankruptcy, and income tax returns and tax controversies.

Other Georgia Business Law Services:

Our business lawyers also provide legal services relating to Georgia Shareholder’s Agreements, Management Agreements, Buying a Business, Selling a Business, Business Financing; Business Contracts; Employment Contracts, Commercial Leases, Mergers & Acquisitions,  Workers Comp for Employers,  Commercial Litigation, Complex Construction Litigation, Miller Act litigation, Miller Act Claims, Surety & Insurance Litigation, Payment Bond Claim, and similar matters.

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