Starting a Business in Wisconsin

starting a business in wisconsin
starting a business in wisconsin
  Thinking about starting a new corporation or limited liability company (LLC) in Wisconsin? This is an exciting time, but one that will require a great deal of planning and knowledge in the area of corporate and business law. It is also essential to have the help of an experienced, skilled and knowledgeable corporate lawyer or LLC attorney to ensure that your business is set up on a path to success. At Gerbers Law, we have experienced corporate attorneys that specialize in corporate law that can advise and counsel new business owners. Our attorneys seek to create long lasting relationships with clients and look forward to assisting clients with future business legal needs.

Business Entity Selection

Choosing the type of business entity you will operate is particularly important so as to reduce personal liability exposure, minimize tax consequences and to ensure that your business is run as efficiently as possible. Our Green Bay corporate attorneys will thoroughly explain the advantages and disadvantages of each type of business entity available. After taking the time to understand your needs and goals, we will recommend an entity that best suits your new business.

Business Formation

After selecting the type of business entity, our attorneys will assist you with your business’s formation, including filing Articles of Incorporation/Organization with State of Wisconsin and drafting other organizational documents. The following documents are just a sample of what we are able to offer clients:
  • Bylaws/Operating Agreement
  • Restriction Agreements
  • Consulting Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Non-Competition Agreements
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Shareholder and Partnership Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Subscription Agreements
  • Buy-Sell Agreements

Ongoing Counsel

Our services do not end after your business has been formed. Our corporate attorney are here to provide ongoing legal advice throughout the life cycle of the business.

Contact a Green Bay Corporate Attorney Today

Call today to speak with an experienced corporate attorney, LLC attorney, or business startup lawyer about your business (920) 499-5700.  

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