Law Firm works with clients to determine what form their
business should take. The Law Firm’s practical knowledge of
the advantages and disadvantages that various business forms
present enables it to recommend which form of ownership best
suits each client’s unique needs. For example, some clients’
interests may be best served by organizing as a corporation.
For others, the best choice may be a partnership, limited
partnership or a limited liability company.
As a closely held business grows, its need for experienced
legal assistance can multiply quickly. What started as a
simple, straightforward enterprise may soon find itself
facing a bewildering host of issues – including questions of
ownership, control, employment laws and compensation – to
name just a few. As the business develops, the unexpected
and the unforeseen are almost guaranteed. Trustman Law Firm
has represented hundreds of closely held businesses over the
past decade. These include corporations, partnerships and
limited liability companies, as well as entities that are
family-owned or owned by unrelated parties. The Closely Held
Business Group’s extensive experience enables it to quickly
analyze a client’s situation, and to recommend and implement
the legal alternatives that will best achieve the client’s
Law Firm's attorney in company law can incorporate the
private limited, public limited company, partnership firm
etc. as per your requirements. Law firm can help you for
incorporation / registration of the company on worldwide
send us the duly filled form for name approval of your
Law firm’s attorney are expert in drafting of
pre-incorporation agreement, shareholder agreement, promoter
agreement, memorandum & Article of Association, partnership
agreement, joint venture agreement.
Advising and applying for getting all the required
permission/ approval for starting the business.
Advising the clients to comply with all rules, regulation,
laws for the smooth running of the business.
- Table of prescribed fees to be paid to Registrar of
Companies under Companies Act, 1956 for registration of
company having share and other purposes.