ENTITY FORMATION & MAINTAINANCE
Forming your business entity at Hanson is not one size fits all and is never handled in a vacuum.
If you wanted once size fits all, you could use a document drafting
service or online legal document website.
Before we form your entity, we get to know you, what’s important to you, what your business is going to do in the world and how you plan to exit it. We ask you questions that will inform us of the tax structure of your entity, how you own the entity and what happens to your business entity when you pass on (or you pass the company on to a new owner).
We ask you the questions so you do not worry that you don’t know the right questions to ask. And then we discuss your options with you in a way that allows you to know you are making informed decisions about:
We see the formation of your business entity as just the beginning of a long-term relationship in which we are able to become the trusted counselor you turn to for help with all of your business decisions.
Think about it this way – Warren Buffett doesn’t just turn to Charlie Munger (his personal business lawyer) for help incorporating his business entities, he turns to Charlie before entering into any business deal that will impact the bottom line. That’s the type of relationship we have with our clients.
Maintaining Your Business Entity – Compliance & So Much More
We don’t really like the word compliance because it seems to suggest that we are going to restrict you in some way -- but, it’s just the opposite…
Through our regular updating programs, we take care of all the little details,
so you can stay creative and expansive.
No matter how complex the trust or estate administration process may be, the trust and estate administration lawyers at Hanson & Tharp will guide you every step of the way. We’ll work closely with personal representatives, executors, beneficiaries, and other fiduciaries to ensure the terms of the trust are carried out properly. At the same time, we’ll make the process as understandable and stress-free as possible for the trustee.