Form An LLC in California and Limit Your Personal Liability
Start a limited liability company today.
Similar to a corporation, a limited liability company (LLC) allows its owners liability protection against company actions and debt. At Your Contract Lawyer, we can form your LLC for you and file all of the necessary formation paperwork with the state for one low, flat fee. Our flat-fee formations including all costs required to file your LLC in the state of California.
If you have decided to file an LLC, Your Contract Lawyer can form your LLC and receive certification of the fully-formed LLC back from the state within at most one or two weeks. After receipt of certification, your LLC will have been formed and you will be able immediately to start operating your company with the added liability protection provided by your LLC.
If you are unsure whether or not a limited liability company would be the most advantageous entity for your business’s circumstances, as outlined below, Your Contract Lawyer can help you weigh the pros and cons of all entities and decide which will provide the optimal protections for your company’s operations and growth.
Why Choose Your Contract Lawyer Instead of Template Services Like LegalZoom
Unlike LegalZoom, which submits all of your LLC formation documents via mail, Your Contract Lawyer personally delivers all of your LLC formation documents to the California state capitol building and submits them by hand to the personnel charged with business entity formations, speeding up the processing time of your filing for no additional costs. In addition, Your Contract Lawyer can submit expedited filings, for which the state requires an additional charge of $350, a service that LegalZoom is unable to offer in California.
Most importantly, though, Your Contract Lawyer, unlike LegalZoom, can advise you on (1) which type of entity will be most advantageous based on your particular circumstances and (2) which founding documents, including operating, shareholder, and partnership agreements, will provide your business with the best protection of both its short- and long-term growth. There are no additional costs as this service is part of our standard flat-fee LLC formation packages.
Contact Your Contract Lawyer
To learn more about our flat-fee LLC formation service and how Your Contract Lawyer might be able to help you form a limited liability company in California, please contact us via phone or the contact form on this page. If you get a chance, head over to our Yelp page to read reviews of our past work.