Why Choose Us for Your Incorporation Needs?
With all of these automated formation sites available on the internet, its hard to figure out how what is needed to properly create and form your business entity. Sure you can read up on the various forms of corporate entities and try to educate yourself on the various differences between each of them, but wouldn’t it be easier and more informative if you had the chance to speak to a corporate attorney (which is included in the package price) who could quickly guide you through which entity is proper for your business needs. Plus, you have 15 minutes to speak with an attorney about other questions you may have with respect to your new business formation. Don’t waste your money on automated sites that incorporate your entity without even speaking to you about your business. You could do that yourself on most state govt websites.
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*Publication fees vary depending on the county of the publication. The publication fee will be discussed with you during your initial call with your attorney.
Erik M. BashianErik is a principal of Bashian & Papantoniou. He is licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. Today, he successfully represents clients in lawsuits involving business disputes, breach of contract, the Americans with Disabilities Act, solar energy law, employment related issues, education law and property damage claims.
Andreas PapantoniouAndreas Papantoniou is a principal and founder of Bashian & Papantoniou, P.C. Andreas heads up the business department. He is engaged in a general legal business and corporate practice that encompasses a broad range of corporate and financial matters covering diverse industries. He has represented companies and individuals in the banking, financial, real estate, venture capital and private equities, entertainment, medical, cannabis, dentistry, manufacturing, apparel, restaurant, and eSport (electronic gaming) industries in joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, tender offers, intellectual property licensing, startups and initial formations, and other commercial transactions.