Startup Formation

Startup Lawyers in New Jersey & New York

Assisting in the Formation of New Businesses in NYC, Bergen County & Across New Jersey

If you are an entrepreneur or have a great idea and resources with which to form a business, you may be confused about what to do first or how to get started. You may have heard of others who are effectively winging it and conducting businesses without any formal paperwork. While there are scenarios where you can effectively create a startup business without much documentation, you open yourself up to tremendous liability in doing so, especially as the business grows. A startup lawyer can help you legally define your startup business through an entity that best suits your goals and help you avoid other common mistakes.

Our New Jersey startup attorneys at M. Ross & Associates, LLC can help form the legal foundation for your new business. Once your startup is up and running, our legal team can continue to assist you in expanding and protecting your business through formalized operational agreements, contractual agreements necessary to conduct your business, review of vendor and distribution documents, and other services.

Let your startup benefit from the services of our team today. Schedule a consultation by calling (201) 897-4942 or contacting us online.

Startup Formation and Financing in New Jersey

Our lawyers have a thorough understanding of the advantages of each business entity type and are prepared to advise you on what structure is suited for your short- and long-term goals. Formally creating a business entity can grant the business owners protections and other benefits, including management structure, tax efficiency, and limited personal liability in the event of a lawsuit.

Our New Jersey startup lawyers can help you form any of the following:

  • General Partnerships
  • Limited Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • C or S Corporations
  • Professional Corporations
  • Family Business Entities

Each of these entities has different formation and registration requirements. Some, like corporations, require additional documentation that forms the bedrock of how your company will operate, including corporate articles and bylaws, buy/sell agreements, and shareholder agreements. Even “simpler” entity types generally require operating agreements, which should be rigorously scrutinized to ensure the legally enforceable language protects your interests and is consistent with your goals and those of the other members

Continue Reading Read Less

Contact M. Ross & Associates, LLC Today!

We’re Ready to Help
  • Please enter your first name.
  • Please enter your last name.
  • Please enter your phone number.
    This isn't a valid phone number.
  • Please enter your email address.
    This isn't a valid email address.
  • Please make a selection.
  • Please enter a message.
  • By submitting, you agree to be contacted about your request & other information using automated technology. Message frequency varies. Msg & data rates may apply. Text STOP to cancel. Acceptable Use Policy

Why Choose Us?

  • Trusted Advisors: Our Track Record Speaks for Itself.
    Our commitment to excellence is reflected in the trust our clients place in us, many of whom continue to rely on our services as their outside general counsel.
  • Dedicated Advocacy for Complex Legal Matters
    At M. Ross & Associates, LLC, we understand that protecting and growing your business is paramount, and our experienced team is dedicated to achieving successful outcomes in complex legal matters.
  • Tailored Legal Support for Businesses of All Sizes.
    With a focus on small to large businesses and entrepreneurs, we offer comprehensive legal support tailored to your specific needs, whether in transactional advice or courtroom representation.
  • Sophisticated Expertise with Personalized Care
    We pride ourselves on delivering the polished legal sophistication expected by Fortune 500 clients while providing personalized attention and promptness of a small firm.