Business Services

Rollins Law Group enjoys working with small to medium-sized business owners and entrepreneurs. With first-hand experience in starting several businesses, we can relate to an entrepreneur’s daily struggles of budget constraints, juggling multiple roles, and burning the candle at both ends. We understand that most small businesses have limited resources, which is why we strive to solve your problems with cost-effective solutions that seek to avoid unnecessary litigation while minimizing costs and risks.

If you are launching a new business, our first recommendation is to consult an experienced business law attorney early on. While that seems obvious given our profession, selecting the right type of entity is an essential building block to ensure you get started on the right foot. What you do not want is to invest valuable time and money in selecting an entity structure only to find out that the structure you chose is not compatible with your vision and goals.

Rollins Law Group is well equipped to help business owners and entrepreneurs choose the right entity for their business venture and set it up. Do you need help understanding the difference between a limited liability company (LLC) and a corporation? Or the difference between an S Corp and a C Corp? Did you know that if properly structured, an LLC can elect to be taxed like an S corporation? Are you thinking of starting a not-for-profit organization but do not know what rules apply or how to make sure your application with the IRS goes smoothly?

How We Can Help

Contact us for a free consultation and see how we can help with any of the following:

    • Business Selection and Formations
      • Corporations
      • Limited Liability Companies
      • Professional Corporations
      • Not-for-profit Organizations
      • Limited Liability Partnerships
      • Limited Partnerships
    • Business Planning
    • Collections
    • Contract drafting or review
    • Covenants Not to Compete
    • Trademark and Copyright Registration and Enforcement
    • Wrongful termination
    • Contesting an unemployment claim
    • Debtor-Creditor Law

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