Buy-Sell Agreements

For any business that has more than one owner, Buy-Sell Agreements are critical.  In particular, if one of the owners becomes disabled, dies, retires, divorces, or is otherwise terminated from activities of the business, the … Read More

Why and How Would I Create a Non-Profit?

Generally speaking, a non-profit corporation is a tax free business established for a community benefit. It is not a for profit C-corporation, and it does not have shares of ownership.  It does, however, have a … Read More

What Should be in my LLC Operating Agreement?

Just as Bylaws constitute the rule book for a corporation, an Operating Agreement constitutes the rule book for an LLC. The Operating Agreement defines the owners’ rights and responsibilities, and determines how disagreements would be … Read More

Top 4 Mistakes that Get Employers Sued

America is experiencing an explosion of employee claims and lawsuits.  All too often, such claims are frivolous.  Still, if they are not adequately handled by the employer, even frivolous claims can cost substantial time and … Read More

The Value of Having an S-Corp

Generally speaking, when somebody files to create a business, they are filing as a corporation (C-corp) or an LLC.  Either one can be registered with the federal government as an S-corp.  An S-corp is simply … Read More

8 Steps to Forming a New Business in Colorado

If you are considering a new business venture in Colorado, forming a business entity is important for multiple reasons.  Some business owners seek liability protection, others want tax benefits, and still others desire ease of … Read More

Do You Have an Outdated Trust?

Trusts as an estate planning mechanism have been around for many decades.  It is a highly favored method of transferring assets without involvement of probate court, and managing those assets for the benefits of loved … Read More