Business Planning

Entrepreneurial companies, while dynamic and exciting, face a myriad of challenges uncommon to larger and more well-established companies. Many founders of companies find themselves overwhelmed with day to day activities and find it increasingly difficult to focus on identifying strategic objectives and developing workflows to accomplish their goals. Additionally, many leaders of small businesses suffer from a lack of understanding of common legal and accounting issues despite having an in-depth understanding of their particular industry. Successful founders and owners of entrepreneurial enterprises most often find prosperity when they are able to focus on the core competency of growing their business. The Entrepreneur Law Center, P.L. strives to be a valued strategic partner to assist in developing effective strategies and managing their implementation.

It is not uncommon for start-up ventures to fail simply due to the lack of effective business planning and improper structuring of relationships with customers, employees, and suppliers. The Entrepreneur Law Center, P.L. strives to provide the kind of management, financial and legal expertise that will allow small business leaders to concentrate on what they do best, which is bringing to market their products and services. By focusing on their strengths, entrepreneurs can establish stronger relationships with customers and develop more reliable supply chains. From the beginning, we provide advice regarding the appropriate entity formation and tax planning, compliance issues in a wide variety of industries, structuring and negotiating initial funding and working capital, and contracts with clients, suppliers, and employees. We also help businesses as they grow by structuring second-stage financing, mergers and acquisitions, business development, franchise relationships, distributorships, spin-offs, and sales of assets.

The Entrepreneur Law Center, P.L. provides the following Business Planning services:

  • Entity formation and choice of entity;
  • Business development and relationship structuring;
  • Employee and independent contractor relationship contracts;
  • Mergers, acquisitions and sales;
  • Real estate services, including lease structuring and negotiations, property acquisitions, and landlord-tenant disputes;
  • Business financing, including start-up and expansion capital;
  • Insurance review and policy issues;
  • LLC, LLP, S-Corporation, C-Corporation, and partnership issues;
  • Litigation services;
  • Tax planning, both business and personal;
  • Compensation structures; and
  • Dispute resolution.