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Dedham Estate Planning Attorney
We Can Ensure That Your Loved Ones Are Cared For Since 1987, Handling the Complex Probate Process and Estate Planning

LLC & Corporate Formation in Dedham

Norfolk County Estate & Business Planning Attorney

Establishing a small business can be exhilarating, but also nerve-racking, as well. It is imperative you hire an experienced estate and business planning attorney prior to creating your business to ensure its success. For more than two and a half decades, the team at the Law Office of Frederick N. Pellegrini has assisted small business owners form LLCs and business plans.

If you are a small business owner and wish for your company to remain in your family for generations to come, we can also incorporate your small business into your estate plan.

To discuss your small business formation with one of our Dedham estate planning attorneys, do not hesitate to contact our office!

Forming an LLC for Your Norfolk County Small Business

If you are considering starting a small business, an LLC formation may be beneficial to you and your business partners. LLCs offer full limited-liability protection to every owner, but still have to pass through tax statuses. Profits, however, are taxed on the member level instead of the LLC level, meaning owners are not taxed twice.

LLCs also protect businesses from potential lawsuits that may happen to any owner/co-owner of your small business. If you do not have any co-owners, LLCs can be established by a single person. LLCs also tend to involve less paperwork and administrative responsibilities than other business entities.

Dedham Business and Estate Planning

To ensure your business is protected in the event you become incapacitated or pass away, we at the Law Office of Frederick N. Pellegrini can create a business plan. We can also incorporate your small business into your existing estate plan to ensure it is cared for after your pass away.

Our business plans include various important business law topics, including:

  • Risk management
  • Contracts
  • Business advice