Ingersoll & Hicks, family attorneys and business attorneys serving clients in NC and SC
Main Office 1590 Westbrook Plaza Drive, Suite 203 Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336-794-2278 336-794-2281 fax
South Carolina Office 330 E. Coffee Street Greenville, SC 29601 864-527-5924
Legal Services Estate Planning Estate Administration Business Law Elder Law Tax Exemption
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Ingersoll & Hicks provide estate planning and estate administration, business legal services, npo legal services, and legal services concerning elder law in North Carolina and South Carolina Ingersoll & Hicks helps clients in NC and SC with setting up S-Corporations, C-Corporations and LLCs
Business law attorneys can help you start your company off on the right path.  If you plan to undertake the task of forming a business you will find many challenges ahead but also many potential rewards. A new business venture can test your strengths and weaknesses as well as encourage your creativity and entrepreneurship. For most of our business owners we advise that one primary issue of concern is protecting the company and the owner from liability. Determining which form of limited liability entity to use depends on the nature of the business and on the tax advantages each business entity will provide.
877.794.2279
Get your business started off on the right foot with legal and incorporation advice from Ingersoll & Hicks
Business Entities: o Sole Proprietorship o Partnership o Corporation o Limited Liability Company o Limited Partnership
In North Carolina and South Carolina there are some distinct protection advantages to being either a corporation, limited liability company, or limited liability partnership. The advantage of these entities is that they provide to the owners, officers, members, directors, managers, and other representatives limited liability protection. This means that the business entity, rather than the individuals, will be held responsible in the event of any legal action, claim, or cost. The limitation of liability means that, in general, the only risk that an owner bears is the investment that he or she has placed into the business entity. Hence, the business entity shields the owner from having claims filed against their own personal assets. Once a business entity is established it is important to follow the laws that regulate those entities. Often we find when reviewing corporate records of businesses that they have failed to adequately meet the Corporate Formality Test. This test requires the business entity to perform and act as a corporation or business, separate from the personal transactions of its officers. Good planning and periodic review by a business law attorney will ensure that you continue to reap the benefits of your limited liability entity.
We have over 40 years experience in NC and SC business law, and our firm can help you set up your S-Corporation, C-Corporation, Limited Liability Company, or Non-Profit Entity.
Business Planning and Review is essential to protecting your company and yourself.  Contact Ingersoll & Hicks  for help in setting up or reviewing your: o Corporation o Limited-Liability Entity o Non-Profit or Tax-Exempt Organization
A legal review is essential to ensure you and your business are protected
Ingersoll & Hicks, family attorneys and business attorneys serving clients in NC and SC
Main Office 1590 Westbrook Plaza Drive Suite 203 Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336-794-2278 336-794-2281 fax
South Carolina Office 330 E. Coffee Street Greenville, SC 29601 864-527-5924
Legal Services Estate Planning Estate Administration Business Law Elder Law Tax Exemption
© Copyright Ingersoll & Hicks, PLLC.  All rights reserved. Read Our Legal Disclaimer Web development by A Better Web, Inc.
Ingersoll & Hicks provide estate planning and estate administration, business legal services, npo legal services, and legal services concerning elder law in North Carolina and South Carolina Ingersoll & Hicks helps clients in NC and SC with setting up S-Corporations, C-Corporations and LLCs
Business law attorneys can help you start your company off on the right path.  If you plan to undertake the task of forming a business you will find many challenges ahead but also many potential rewards. A new business venture can test your strengths and weaknesses as well as encourage your creativity and entrepreneurship. For most of our business owners we advise that one primary issue of concern is protecting the company and the owner from liability. Determining which form of limited liability entity to use depends on the nature of the business and on the tax advantages each business entity will provide.
877.794.2279
Get your business started off on the right foot with legal and incorporation advice from Ingersoll & Hicks
Business Entities: o Sole Proprietorship o Partnership o Corporation o Limited Liability Company o Limited Partnership
In North Carolina and South Carolina there are some distinct protection advantages to being either a corporation, limited liability company, or limited liability partnership. The advantage of these entities is that they provide to the owners, officers, members, directors, managers, and other representatives limited liability protection. This means that the business entity, rather than the individuals, will be held responsible in the event of any legal action, claim, or cost. The limitation of liability means that, in general, the only risk that an owner bears is the investment that he or she has placed into the business entity. Hence, the business entity shields the owner from having claims filed against their own personal assets. Once a business entity is established it is important to follow the laws that regulate those entities. Often we find when reviewing corporate records of businesses that they have failed to adequately meet the Corporate Formality Test. This test requires the business entity to perform and act as a corporation or business, separate from the personal transactions of its officers. Good planning and periodic review by a business law attorney will ensure that you continue to reap the benefits of your limited liability entity.
We have over 40 years experience in NC and SC business law, and our firm can help you set up your S-Corporation, C-Corporation, Limited Liability Company, or Non-Profit Entity.
Business Planning and Review is essential to protecting your company and yourself.  Contact Ingersoll & Hicks  for help in setting up or reviewing your: o Corporation o Limited-Liability Entity o Non-Profit or Tax-Exempt Organization
A legal review is essential to ensure you and your business are protected