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Business Attorneys 2018-06-11T13:58:36+00:00

Whether you’re launching a new company or you need help resolving a serious business matter, Avnet Law can answer your questions, protect your rights, and tenaciously represent your interests.

With a comprehensive understanding of Indiana business, contract, and corporate law, we can help you overcome complex legal issues and avoid costly disputes down the road. Call 1-877-77-AVNET for a free case evaluation.

Types of Business Law Cases We Handle

It’s no secret that building a successful company is a challenging endeavor. Beyond working long hours, managing employees, and staying on top of your finances, you will also need to legal counsel to help your business navigate complex compliance issues and to manage risk to avoid lawsuits and fines.

An Indiana corporate attorney from Avnet Law can evaluate your situation to identify any liabilities that might give rise to a serious legal problem or dispute. We also assist with specific legal matters such as:

  • Business Formation
  • Licensure
  • Non-Compete Defense and Enforcement
  • Employee Discrimination
  • Contract Drafting and Revision

  • Contract Disputes

  • Landlord Tenant Issues

  • Collection Matters

Call 1-877-77-AVNET for a free case evaluation from a Business Lawyer in Indiana

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We Can Help You Choose the Best Entity Structure for Your Business

Many of the businesses that turn to Avnet Law are startups that have put everything on the line to launch a thriving enterprise. Choosing the right entity structure is one of the first steps toward building a successful venture. The type of business entity that you form will determine what must be done to legitimize the entity, how taxes will be paid, and many other details regarding its day-to-day operations.

Avnet Law can help you choose the best business structure given your situation.

We assist with the formation of:

This is the most complicated type of business entity to form. You will have to file Articles of Incorporation and issue shares of stock. Shareholders will exchange property and/or money for your corporation’s capital stock. You can form a Domestic Corporation as a for-profit or non-profit entity. One downside of this type of organization is that the profits are subject to “double taxation,” meaning that they are taxed when they are earned by the corporation and when they are distributed to shareholders as dividends.
One way to avoid double taxation is to elect to be taxed as an S corporation. These entities are usually exempt from federal income tax other than certain passive income and capital gains. There are specific requirements that must be met to form an S corporation. For example, it cannot have more than 100 owners, and it must have an Employer Identification Number (EIN). You will also have to file Form 2553 with the IRS. Avnet Law can help you fulfill all requirements of forming an S corporation so you do not run into any legal issues down the road.
This is a very popular business entity since no member of an LLC is personally liable for its debts. LLCs can be classified as corporations, partnerships, or entities that are separate from their owners. Avnet Law can help you determine if an LLC is the best organization structure for your business and file the necessary paperwork.
This is a business entity wherein at least two owners contribute skills, labor, and money. The partners are liable for the debts of the entity and share its profits proportionately.
This is a hybrid form of a general partnership wherein liabilities are limited.
This is a type of partnership wherein liabilities are limited to the general partners, and each partner’s liability is limited to their respective investment in the company.
This is the simplest type of business entity to start and maintain. It has one owner who is liable for all debts accrued. The business and the owner are considered to be a single entity. As the owner of a sole proprietorship, you would report any expenses and income of the business on your personal tax return.
Avnet Law can assist clients who wish to establish formal and informal non-profit entities. We can help you obtain non-profit (501(c)(3)) status and understand the tax requirements and other laws that govern this type of business organization.

If you need help launching a company, resolving a contract dispute, obtaining licensure, or addressing other business-related issues, contact Avnet Law for assistance. Call 1-877-77-AVNET to schedule a free initial consultation.

Avnet Law represents clients in Hamilton County (Noblesville, Fishers, Carmel, and Westfield) and Marion County (Indianapolis).

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