Incorporation / Partnerships / LLC’s

Incorporation, partnership, LLC – Let us guide you.

Once you have made the decision to start a business, another major decision awaits –  the form of ownership.  There are several options, the most popular being proprietorship, general partnership, limited partnership, incorporation and limited liability company.  Making the right selection is critical as your form of entity can affect the success and flexibility of your business.

There are many internet-based companies offering services of incorporation and document preparation, promising to form your business entity of choice at a minimal cost.  But beware, because as the saying goes, you get what you pay for with these services, often leaving you with having made uninformed choices.  Attorney Robert Walker works one on one with his clients to help them make informed choices and select the type of business entity best suited to their needs.  The right form of ownership for your business will depend on many factors, including taxation, transferability of ownership, liability protection and upkeep costs.  Attorney Robert Walker takes these factors into consideration and listens to his client’s needs when making business entity recommendations.

Click HERE for helpful information on starting a business  provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

We offer a wide range of services, from counseling to document preparation and filing, to get your business entity formed.  Contact us to find out how we can be of help.

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Mr. Walker is a licensed lawyer and attorney at law who proudly serves clients all over Central Pennsylvania and the West Shore including Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Carlisle, Dillsburg, New Cumberland, Lemoyne, Harrisburg, Hershey, York, Lancaster and Perry County.