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Protect What You Build

Foundation Law Arizona can help you form the best business entity for your company. We explain the differences between business entities and recommend the best fit for your situation, keeping the size of your business, liabilities, and tax benefits in mind.

Small business owners should invest in a business attorney who understands and communicates the laws and regulations that affect their industry. As your business grows, legal needs change, and you’ll want a lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to help you adapt to changes.

We provide you and your business with clear communication for comprehensive business law services, whether you have a new or established company.

Business Law Planning Services

  • Business formation for new LLCs, corporations, partnerships, and nonprofits
  • Applying for an Employer Identification Number (EIN)
  • Business succession planning
  • Purchase and sale of businesses, assets, equipment, and real estate
  • Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts and employment agreements
  • Advising on best practices, risk management, and growth strategy

Your business may be your most valuable asset, so working with a business attorney ensures you won’t jeopardize your hard work. You’ll also want to protect this asset for your family if you are no longer there to manage daily operations that provide them with income.

Succession Planning

Foundation Law Arizona offers business succession planning, preventing problems that may arise during a transition to ensure the continuation of your company’s operations if you are ill, injured, disabled, retiring, or upon your death. We help avoid conflict between family members, partners, and employees involved in daily business activities. Preparation lets you maximize the value of your business and offers peace of mind no matter what happens in the future.

Attorney Elizabeth S. Thuenen has experience helping clients protect valuable assets in Arizona. Foundation Law Arizona offers a range of services in estate planning and elder law services, including special needs, Medicaid planning, guardianship, probate and estate administration, as well as business lawreal estate law, and tax law.

Contact us for a free 30-minute consultation to learn more about our business law services in Arizona.

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