Calif. Attorney Stanley D. Prowse has announced the addition of this helpful section, ‘How to Incorporate Your Business’ to his information portal. Inspired by the many difficulties companies face today after using do-it-yourself-kits, or online incorporation services, Prowse has provided an easy to understand roadmap to the process of incorporating a business.
CARLSBAD, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Calif. Attorney Stanley D. Prowse has announced the addition of this helpful section, “How to Incorporate Your Business” to his information portal. Inspired by the many difficulties companies face today after using do-it-yourself-kits, or online incorporation services, Prowse has provided an easy to understand roadmap to the process of incorporating a business.
In this practical new section Mr. Prowse also weighs the benefits of incorporating against the legal requirements to do so in a number of different business and financial scenarios. All of the articles are presented with the concern of liability protection as a priority, to the benefit of the business owner.
The new articles, like those previously posted, are written in plain English instead of legalese, with a practical attempt at helping business owners avoid common mistakes and speed bumps which may rob them of the liability protection and tax advantage they seek in incorporating. Included is a well-defined set of “Steps to Forming a Corporation,” a “Corporate Structure Guide” and “5 Most Important Corporate Things in 2013.”
A “Business Incorporation Form” is also included along with plenty of information regarding what “Not to Do” when running your corporation.
With over 30 years of legal experience in business, civil litigation and real estate law, Stan Prowse is more than prepared to provide valuable insight and advise to his clients and the public alike in the area of business law.
“At the Law Office of Stan Prowse we consider it to be our responsibility to make sure that our clients’ new corporation follows all of the required incorporation steps to benefit from the full liability protection afforded to both the corporate officers and shareholders alike. Filings must be made with the California Secretary of State when forming an S corporation, C corporation, or a limited liability company,” says Prowse.
Learn more at: http://stanprowse.com/how-to-incorporate-a-business .
About Attorney Stan Prowse:
Attorney Prowse has been practicing law for over thirty years. Stan holds a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School, an M.A. from Columbia University and a B.A. from Yale University. Stan has served as a Mediator and Judge Pro-Tem. He is also a Certified Family Law Specialist, by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.
Prowse is licensed to practice law in California, Maryland, Washington D.C., and Georgia. Learn more at: http://www.stanprowse.com/ .
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