Business Formation

Practice Area Leaders: David L. Cook, Kimberly Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick says, "Start your enterprise on the path to success. Call  Harris Cook to help you."

Texas law allows for the creation of a variety of business entities. When you are launching a new business, the choices you make during the formation stage are ones that should be made with the input of your attorney and your financial planner such as a CPA.

If your business has been in existence for a while, it may be time to consider a restructure: Has your business expanded? Have there been changes in tax or regulatory law that affect your industry? Do you have a pending sale on the horizon? Has a key business principal passed away, or is one due to retire soon?

Whether you’re just getting started or you’re the third generation to take the helm, your business is likely your most important financial asset. That means you need wise and experienced counsel to help you develop long-term strategies, prepare important documents, and consider options that benefit your bottom line. The Harris Cook team is ready to provide guidance and assistance that will help you safeguard assets and protect yourself from exposure to liability.