Florida startups and small businesses often need assistance with filling out forms and filing documents. It is simple and easy to represent your business in these uncontested legal procedures with the help of an experienced Florida business legal document preparer. Whether you are looking to start a new business, dissolve a business, reinstate a business, file for the use of a fictitious name,  or other matters, we can point you to the right forms and fill them out for you. Even if you would like to hire an attorney to review your papers before you file them, having them filled out and ready can still save you thousands of dollars in attorney fees.

Starting a Business

One of the first big decisions you need to make when creating a new enterprise is the type of business structure that would be most appropriate. You can run your business as a partnership, an S or C corporation or as a Limited Liability Company (LLC). Most small businesses are either Subchapter S corporations or LLC’s, with LLC’s becoming more common for newly formed businesses as they offer more flexibility than corporations. The most important reason to form a corporation or LLC is to avoid personal liability for the debts of the business. You do not need an attorney to set up a simple Subchapter S or LLC, but it is a good idea to consult with a business attorney or accountant who can advise you on what business structure is best for your new company. After a consultation, most accountants and attorneys will refer their clients to a document preparation service to take care of the filing itself.

Services for Current Businesses

Most straightforward changes to a company such as dissolving a business, reinstating a business and adding fictitious names, don’t require an attorney. Business owners can easily handle these matters themselves with the help of a Florida Business Document Preparation Service. 

South Florida Legal Doc Prep Service has all of the necessary resources to help you run your business profitably.

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