Business Formation/Dissolution

Business Formation

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Creating a new business in the state of Florida requires a great deal of planning and consideration. How you structure or plan to form your business can greatly impact taxes, your business plan, and future growth potential within the company. It can also limit your exposure to a considerable amount of legal liability. Think of business formation and proper planning as a contingency plan to help protect you in any variety of problematic situations that might arise.

Business Dissolution


Dissolving a business also requires a great deal of care. Businesses often go through dissolution for a variety of reasons such as financial reasons, disputes with business partners, or legal liability that negatively and overwhelmingly impacts the business. Dissolution itself is difficult and is often followed by creditor claims against your business. It is of the utmost importance that a dissolution is handled professionally and carefully planned prior to filing with the state with a qualified legal team. The goal of a successful dissolution is to limit your further financial or legal liabilities or obligations in regards to the former business entity. It is also crucial you work with a legal team that may be able to find alternatives to dissolution as that is not always the best course of action.

Ansley Law Firm’s attorneys are well versed in business formation and dissolutions laws and will advise you on all options available to you. Our areas of focus are:

  • Creating the business entity with the state of Florida
  • Drafting articles of organization and operating agreements
  • Dissolving business entities when necessary

If you are looking for help with business formation or business dissolution we will be here for you, every step of the way. For swift and responsible legal advice please contact us right away!


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To Learn More about Legal Terminology used during business legal matters visit our Business Law Resource Page.