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Corporation, LLC and Partnership Structuring

Our experienced corporate attorneys in The Woodlands provide quality advice on the right legal entity and investment vehicle for every business situation

The Strong Firm P.C. assists parties in the creation of various business entities and business structures, including:

  • Partnerships (limited and general)
  • Corporations
  • Limited liability companies
  • Sole proprietorships
  • Joint Ventures
  • Professional corporations, limited liability companies and associations
  • Non-profit organizations

Our business lawyers provide not only the essential advice needed for evaluating investment structures and documenting the relationship between investors, but also, they have experience and skill to ensure the proper documentation and filing required for forming and managing the entity in Texas and other jurisdictions throughout the country.
Some of the structuring documentation which we provide includes the following:

  • Partnership agreements
  • Company agreements/operating agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Executive compensation agreements
  • Succession plans for family-owned businesses
  • Assumed names (DBA)
  • Bylaws
  • Series LLCs documents
  • Shareholder and board resolutions
  • Stock buy/sell agreements
  • Buy-back agreements
  • Private placements for investors
  • Various classes of equity and partnership agreements
  • Dissolving and winding up entities
  • Employee phantom share offerings

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