Starting a Business? Overview of the New Jersey Business Registration Process.
by Frank Campisano
Any business venture in the State of New Jersey must be registered and licensed by the state to conduct operations. The process of doing this goes far beyond just filing some business registration paperwork. Business professionals know that developing a relationship with an experienced business law firm from the start provides both solid legal and business advice on all manner of challenges related to getting started and avoiding hurdles along the way…
We advise small to medium-sized businesses of their legal options as they seek to formalize their business relationships. Our attorneys represent startups, established businesses, and companies undergoing structural changes. We match your management style and capital structure with the organizational form that best fits your business. We work with you to establish a business entity that meets the needs of your new company.
Whether you need a sole proprietorship, corporation, LLC, or partnership, Sedita, Campisano & Campisano provides comprehensive advice to protect the future of your firm.
The business entity you choose is important not only for tax purposes, but for personal and professional reasons as well. We advise our clients on issues related to:
- Director and officer liability
- Personal and professional liability
- Business succession planning
- C corporations/S corporations
- Fiduciary responsibility
- Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
- Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
- Nonprofit organizations and associations
- Partnership liability
- Sole proprietorships
Each of these entities comes with tradeoff’s related to handling of taxes as well as employee’s. With expert legal advice, registration of a business in structured to insure the most robust and cost effective framework for your new endeavor.
Unlike “fly-by-night” business registration services, our firm sits with you and gives you genuine legal advice on your business and how you plan to go about it. This is a critical conversation when registering a business and you should not overlook to value of doing this at startup and then regularly as your needs change.
The team at SCC Legal has been involved in all aspects of NJ business registration for over 30 years. We know how to help you start your startup. Call us now for a free initial phone consultation.