Business Formation Information
When starting a business enterprise, your first decision is about what type of business structure is best for you. There are different rules, regulations, and requirements necessary for each specific business type. Your business type may be one of the following:
- Sole Proprietorship
- Limited Liability Companie (LLC)
Knowing every detail of business law in Alaska is a lot to ask of anyone. If you have decided to form a new business but need guidance about the specifics of different business types and how to go about filing the necessary paperwork to start your company, your best option is to retain the services of a knowledgeable business formation attorney.
Why You Need an Attorney
As someone who is wanting to start a business, you already have a lot of things to deal with and a long list of tasks you are responsible for. Rather than having to worry about the legalities and making sure all of your decisions fall within the boundaries of Alaska’s business laws on your own, you can trust your business formation to a dedicated legal professional.
At the Law Office of Justin S. Eppler, LLC, our team has the understanding and insight necessary to lead you through every step of the business formation process. With me in your corner, you will have strong legal direction in important matters such as:
- Drafting & reviewing contracts
- Helping with licensing and permits
- Counsel to avoid legal obstacles
- Legal representation in potential disputes
The last thing you want to do is go to the trouble of creating a new business enterprise, only to discover later down the road that the appropriate steps were not taken at the beginning of the process, leaving you vulnerable to legal issues in the future. Doing things right the first time is a much better option than having to clean up a legal mess later.
I represent individuals and businesses throughout the region, including Kenai, Soldotna, Palmer, Wasilla, Juneau, Fairbanks, and the greater Anchorage, Alaska area. My team and I are ready to hear about your business plan, explain your options, and put you on the right path.