Corporate Law / Small Business
Choosing the right type of business entity often underpins a company’s ability to maximize profits and minimize taxes. An important aspect of wealth management is without a doubt, company formation. At Kamine & Schilling, LLC, we have over sixty years of combined experience in business law, and clients look to us for our expertise in guiding them to make the right business decisions. We assist clients in selecting the type of company best suited to their particular kind of business, whether an S corporation, C corporation, limited liability company (LLC), general partnership, nonprofit organization, foundation or simply a sole proprietorship.
Many small businesses are closely held family run businesses. A goal of the owner may be to expand and preserve the company so that when parents retire or die, the business can be turned over to their children. Assistance with succession planning allows this type of business to realize its goals.
In addition to future planning, we also assist businesses with transactions and provide legal advice regarding daily operations. Ensuring a business is being run on sound legal premises helps corporations and small businesses avoid costly litigation over disputes that find their basis in vague or improperly drafted business agreements.
Some of the areas in which we routinely provide business assistance include the following:
- Tax planning
- Leases and property acquisition
- Regulatory compliance
- Business contracts
Our attorneys, Chuck Kamine and Ron Schilling, look forward to providing clients with legal assistance. To arrange a consultation to discuss probate court matters, please contact us by phone at 513-721-6151.