Flat Fee Formation

Whether you are looking to start a new business or transition an existing one to a more appropriate entity, James Legal's flat fee business formation services are designed for you.

WHICH ENTITY IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Each flat fee formation package includes an in-depth consultation to determine which business entity -- from LLC to Corporation to Partnership -- is the best fit. We will discuss benefits and drawbacks so that you can make a well-informed decision. Below are the most popular flat fee formation packages offered, but they are not the only options. Schedule a consult if you are interested in more info.

Single-Member LLC

Designed for single entrepreneurs looking for the liability protection of an LLC. Price includes an initial consultation to determine your needs as well as:

  • Filing Articles of Organization

  • Assistance with Business Licensure

  • Drafting Operating Agreement

Starting at

$900

Multi-Member LLC

Designed for multiple individuals seeking to form a business together. Price includes initial and ongoing consultations with members throughout the formation process, as well as:

  • Filing Articles of Organization

  • Assistance with Business Licensure

  • Drafting Operating Agreement

Starting at

$2500

Corporation

Like the Multi-Member LLC, a Corporation is typically comprised of multiple individuals. Price includes initial and ongoing consultation with the founders throughout the formation process, as well as:

  • Filing Articles of Incorporation

  • Assistance with Business Licensure

  • Drafting Corporate Bylaws

Starting at

$2500

I know that it is common practice for individual entrepreneurs to simply start conducting business without forming a separate business entity -- and that is [generally] perfectly legal. That's called a sole proprietorship, and it's popular among very small one-person operations. It remains popular despite the fact that it exposes the owner to full liability in the event of a legal problem. What does that look like? If someone gets hurt as a result of your negligence on the job, you could be on the hook personally. Likewise, if you breach an agreement with a customer or vendor, they may be able to come after your personal assets

Don't leave yourself exposed, no matter how often other entrepreneurs make that mistake.