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The attorneys at Henry Park Law are ready to help form your new business, so you can spend your time doing what you do best – growing it.

At Henry Park Law, we understand that you'd rather be investing your time and energy in running your business - after all, it's why you’ve chosen to become an entrepreneur! Our supportive team is ready to help you answer those questions, take that essential first step, and get up and running as quickly and easily as possible.


Although viewed as simple, choosing the appropriate business form is an important step in starting your business.  With our attorneys’ broad range of knowledge and experience, we can advise you concerning the best organizational form for your particular business -- whether corporation, limited liability company, sole proprietorship, partnership or a variant of these forms.


Among the factors we consider when helping you select your business form are: knowing your stakeholders; limiting your personal liability; adopting a tax-efficient structure; ascertaining what type of business governance suits you and is attractive to your investors; and helping you to incentivize your partners, employees and consultants.

We’ve been fortunate to work with a lot of great new companies, and look forward to adding yours. Some of our recent projects include:


  • Registering foreign businesses to do business in New York.

  • Counseling founders concerning the formation of a pet accessories business, fashion art business, vintage and antiques business, and electronics business.


  • Advising on the formation of a Board of Advisors.


Choose your business form

Comply with 

business formalities

Protect your business's IP

Prepare employment and
consultant agreements

Our team is aware that as a new business, capital is generally tight.  However, the potential negative effects to your business of using low-budget documentation and not properly evaluating the issues facing your business are great.  


In addition to providing advice, we can prepare and file your business's formation paperwork with the appropriate state regulator; obtain an employer identification number (FEIN); and prepare your organizational documents such as by-laws, stockholder agreements, stock option plans, and operating agreements. 

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