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Brink Lawyers understand Minnesota and North Dakota Business Law and the challenges facing small businesses. We offer innovative solutions to solve those problems. We offer business advice whether starting a new business or planning to expand an existing one. When starting a business it is important to determine what type of business entity you want to form. Some of the most common types are:

  • S-Corp
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Professional Corporation
  • Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
  • Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)
  • Family Farm Corporations
  • International Distribution Agreements
  • Corporate Lease Agreements
  • Corporate Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Corporate Bylaw Changes
  • Contract Drafting

The main considerations when choosing a corporate form include your company's exposure to liability, tax consequences, and how difficult is it to comply with the corporate formalities. Each business has unique needs and Brink Lawyers, Minnesota and North Dakota Business Attorneys, will help you make the correct choice when starting your business.

Brink, Sobilik, Severson, Malm and Albrecht can help your existing business by keeping you advised on commercial matters relevant to business owners, including negotiations, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) disputes, contract review, and contract drafting for Minnesota and North Dakota.

Call your corporate attorneys Jeffrey Hane or Dennis Sobolik today at (800) 962-6281 to discuss your business options.

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