Business Formations & Transactions
Business Formation – LLC – Corporation
Bradshaw & Associates, P.C. has the experienced attorneys San Francisco companies count on for effective business services. A versatile and effective business lawyer can advise new, growing, and mature businesses in any industry. Whether you are currently launching your company, adapting to rapid growth, starting new opportunities, or maintaining its smooth performance, contact Bradshaw & Associates, P.C., the corporate transactional attorneys San Francisco companies turn to for creative solutions.
Entity Selection and Startup
Our team of business formation lawyers will take the time to understand your goals, your management style, your capital structure, and your risk tolerance to make sure that your new partnership, LLC, or corporation represents the right fit for your business. We can help you find the right balance between management flexibility, risk and liability avoidance, and tax considerations. We’ll also help with organizational documents, registrations, business licenses, and local permits.
Business Operations and Transactions
Depending on the form you’ve selected, your business will probably need a corporate transactional attorneys to draw up an operating agreement, a shareholder agreement, or a management agreement. The business transaction lawyer can also negotiate and draft contracts for sales, distribution, licensing, and intellectual property protection. In the real estate industry, our familiarity with residential rental property management and commercial real estate development can help you take maximum advantage of opportunities while avoiding risk if your business involves:
- Condominium conversions, declarations, or sales
- Commercial and retail property leasing
- TIC agreements and Section 1031 exchanges
- Subdivision and development
Our team of commercial real estate attorneys will in all cases work to keep you fully informed of the risks of any proposed transaction while doing everything possible to make the deal work for you. If things break down, the right business litigation attorney will be prepared to enforce your rights under your agreements in court.
Contact Bradshaw & Associates, P.C. to schedule a free evaluation of your business needs.