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Washington Business Formation Lawyer

At the Bundy Law Firm, many of our small-business clients are franchisors or franchisees, but not all of them. We assist clients in setting up closely held businesses. We work closely with business owners and their teams to really understand the business and its goals and find the legal entity that will best help the business succeed.

A Comprehensive Business Practice

Starting a nonprofit or forming an LLC or other business organization in Seattle requires knowledge of taxation and other liabilities that may affect your business in the future. At the Bundy Law Firm, we help you make informed decisions that will protect your business and allow it to thrive. We handle all types of business start-ups, including:

  • Corporations
  • S-corporations
  • Limited liability companies
  • General partnerships
  • Limited liability partnerships
  • Sole practitioners
  • Franchises
  • Nonprofit organizations

In addition to setting up the entity, we will help you protect your business throughout its operation. We are able to prepare contracts, including confidentiality agreements, nondisclosure agreements, license agreements, employment agreements, purchase agreements, sale agreements and many more.

Flexible Fee Structures

The Bundy Law Firm works closely with its clients to arrive at a mutually satisfactory fee arrangement that is appropriate to the matter at hand. The firm is not limited to hourly fees, but as appropriate will agree to flat fees and other arrangements. We want to talk to you about what options might be available.

Contact Our Seattle Business Law Attorney

If you are considering buying a franchise, franchising your business or starting a business, contact our Washington franchise lawyer at the Bundy Law Firm. Our experience will be invaluable in protecting your business for years to come. Call toll free 888-325-8817.

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