Legal Question in Business Law in Texas

Starting a business

I am starting a business and I am at the point of registering the name. It was suggested to me to make my business an LLC in order to protect my personal assets and property. Do I need an attorney to do this or is it something I can do on my own?

Asked on 7/12/06, 11:20 am

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Arthur Geffen Arthur H. Geffen, P.C.
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Re: Starting a business

You would be far better off hiring an attorney locally to assist you with this!

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7/12/06, 11:23 am
Peter Bradie Bradie, Bradie & Bradie
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Re: Starting a business

You can do it yourself, if you don't mind the learning curve and the risk of error. Of course there are many other aspects to starting up a business; simple formation is only part of it.

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7/12/06, 11:37 am

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