Foresee Business Risks, Seize Opportunities
The decisions you make during the formation of your business will play a significant part in your long-term ability to overcome challenges and achieve commercial success. At the law office of Buck C. Gibson, P.A., we can help you make the right decisions by evaluating your resources, business plan and objectives. We then put legal mechanisms in place to best help you achieve your goals.
Whether you are an experienced business leader with extensive commercial experience or a new entrepreneur with a big idea, we can help you create and grow a successful business. We don’t just give you options — we make sure you understand each option and consider how it will affect you and your business.
Getting Your Business Off to a Strong Start
Basic decisions about the form your new company will take, whether as an S-corporation, C-corporation, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) or Limited Liability Company (LLC), can have a significant and lasting impact on how you will pay taxes and how you will handle finances. We help you understand the full range of business startup issues, giving you the best chance to succeed in the long run by educating you about corporate formation matters such as:
- Asset protection
- Corporate structure
- Corporate succession
- Commercial real estate matters, including lease agreements
- Working with general and independent contractors
We provide business support services to small and mid-sized businesses, which guide business owners through startup as well as daily business operations. We help you make sure that your contracts are enforceable and secure, your employee policies are appropriate and you implement strategies to avoid future legal challenges.
Working With Local Businesses
At Buck C. Gibson, P.A., our founding lawyer has the corporate formation experience to help you best channel your entrepreneurial spirit. Our Searcy, Arkansas, law firm is committed to providing access to as much advice and detail about the startup process as you need to open doors for you.
Contact a White County Small Business Attorney
Contact the Searcy law office of Buck C. Gibson, P.A., by calling 866-930-2441 or by completing our online contact form to schedule a confidential consultation with a Searcy business planning attorney.