Business Startup Law
& Incorporation

One of the first steps in going into business is choosing the correct business structure. How your Massachusetts business is structured is important because it will have a significant impact on the business' tax liability, management and the personal liability of the owners should the business ever be sued. The Massachusetts business lawyers at Grantham Law, LLC work closely with business owners and entrepreneurs and assist them with selecting the proper legal formation that will meet their immediate and future business needs.

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Business Formation Packages

Grantham Law, LLC, Offers Several Business Formation Packages To New Massachusetts Small Businesses. Click On The Packages Below For More Information.

LLC
Packages

A Limited Liability Company is a formal business structure that offers owner(s) with liability protection while allowing the business to be treated as a proprietorship or partnership for tax purposes. We can prepare legal documents to ensure maximum flexibility and protection to owners. We offer several Massachusetts LLC packages to meet your business' needs.

Incorporation
Packages

A properly established corporation can protect shareholders from personal liability should the corporation be sued. Our business attorneys can prepare corporate legal documents to protect shareholders from creditors while allowing for potential growth. We offer several Massachusetts incorporation packages that are designed to meet your business' needs.

Partnership
Packages

Limited partnerships (LPs) and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) are both businesses with more than one owner, but unlike general partnerships, limited partnerships and limited liability partnerships offer some of their owners limited personal liability for business debts. We offer several partnership packages to fit your business needs and budget.


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Incorporation Law
Selecting the Best Business Structure

An improperly formed business can result in higher taxes; or worse, subject you to personal liability. As a business owner, you should be concentrating on building your business and making money, not worrying about the legal aspects of properly forming your business. Contact us today to speak with an experienced business attorney.

After a short interview, one of our business attorneys will advise you of the best business structure for your business. Unlike a "do-it-yourself" kit that can't offer legal advice, we do more than give you a "one-size-fits-all" template; we will listen to your needs, then prepare unique business organization documents that are properly drafted, executed and explained to you.