The Mission Viejo Business Formation Attorneys at the Law Offices of Daniel J. Cooper assist entrepreneurs in business formation and tax matters. Call our law firm to benefit from our more than four decades of experience.
Our business formation attorneys serve individuals and businesses in Mission Viejo and throughout California. Attorney Daniel J. Cooper is a knowledgeable tax lawyer who educates clients on a variety of tax and business formation matters.
To arrange for a private consultation with Mr. Cooper, please contact our office at 951-
As a skilled business formation attorney, Mr. Cooper is able to take care of every legal need involved in forming a new business.
There are multiple factors that must be considered when establishing a new company. Mission Viejo Business Formation Lawyer Cooper helps clients stay in compliance with all applicable legal requirements. His experience and knowledge help entrepreneurs choose the most effective business structure. Whether your new enterprise will function best as a general partnership, corporation, limited liability company, closely held corporation, or limited liability partnership, our Mission Viejo business formation attorney can help you compare the risks and benefits and make the right choice.
With his unparalleled knowledge as a Mission Viejo Tax Attorney, Mr. Cooper provides effective counsel and representation in tax matters. This includes establishing your business entity with a view to reducing tax obligations while ensuring compliance with all tax guidelines.
There are multiple obligations that must be met in order to comply with the California Corporation Code. Mission Viejo Business Formation Attorney Daniel Cooper handles creating and filing all requisite documentation such as partnership agreements, closely held corporation agreements, articles of incorporation, annual government reports, and information statements.
Our business formation attorney encourages proprietors to add a clause in their business formation documents that allows for the possible future dissolution of the company. Dissolution is not a scenario most business owners want to occur anytime soon. However, our practice has found that this clause can prove to be invaluable if business owners need to avoid litigation or prevail in court in the event the business later comes to an end.
If you are considering the establishment of a new enterprise, contact the Law Offices of Daniel J. Cooper. We provide knowledgeable and effective representation for all business formation needs. Please either call our firm at 951-