Incorporating without a Lawyer
Before you begin your journey as a business owner it is important to consult a trusted accountant and/or attorney for legal and financial advice that suits your personal needs. However, when you begin the actual incorporating process for the first time it is not required by law to file the paperwork with an attorney. Using a lawyer is most likely not a cost-effective option either. By using a formation company like American Incorporators you can save time and money.
Incorporation specialists have an array of experience in forming corporations and LLCs. Specialists receive ongoing training from others in the industry. They can assist in all the necessary document filing in whichever state you choose to form in.
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