Corporate law addresses the formation and operation of corporations. Federal and State laws regulate the way corporations are created, organized and dissolved. A corporation is formed as an "artificial person" who can enter into contracts, sue or be sued, and perform the other duties required to successfully operate a business. The major benefit of forming a corporate entity is that individual owners or shareholders of the corporation are shielded from personal liability. Functioning as a legal "person," corporations have successfully claimed human and and constitutional rights.
Petesch Law assists corporate clients in all aspects of their operations and daily transactions. We also support newly forming companies. Acting as corporate counsel, the Firm offers the advantages of responsive service and results, without the inherent costs of in-house counsel. We ensure that accurate corporate books and records are kept, call regular board meetings, and advise directors on their rights and responsibilities.
Tax Exempt Organizations