Form Your Business in OhioWhen you are forming a new business, you should plan for the best and prepare for the worst. Through appropriate selection of your business structure, you may be able to protect your personal assets even if your business does not turn out as planned.
As a business law firm that helps clients form businesses in Ohio, Harris & Engler will counsel you throughout the business formation process. In addition to helping you select a business structure, the attorneys at Harris & Engler will help you navigate the challenges that face any new business. With experience helping new business develop, the attorneys at Harris & Engler can help you avoid the common struggles and pitfalls new businesses often encounter.
You may be wondering whether to form your business in Delaware, Nevada, or South Dakota to benefit from advantageous State laws. Each of those States offers its own distinct advantages, and Delaware's legislature has enacted laws very protective of businesses. However, if you are going to be operating your business in Ohio and do not plan on becoming a public company or you don't plan on taking on a lot of shareholders then most of the time it makes the most sense to organize in your State of operation. Delaware has advantageous State laws for large companies, but the yearly fees and registration fees do not make sense for smaller companies.