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Woner, Reeder & Girard, P.A.'s attorneys are licensed to practice in Kansas.  The posting of this website and information about our attorneys  and their practice areas are not directed or intended to constitute advertising in any jurisdictions where our attorneys are not licensed to practice.

Kansas law allows incorporation for any lawful purpose; business corporations are not limited to the pursuit of profit, although that may certainly be your goal.  Once you’ve made the decision to start a business, one of the most important aspects to consider is the legal structure of your business.  Woner, Reeder & Girard has deep experience in advising and counseling business owners, including helping them out the gate to determine whether they will benefit most as a sole proprietorship, general partnership, limited partnership, corporation, limited liability company, or professional association.  Skilled lawyers at Woner, Reeder & Girard can help you establish and maintain this business legal structure, and help you organize your business path of:

 

  • Articles of Incorporation;   

  • Articles of Organization;

  • Bylaws (rules to govern your business);

  • Operating Agreements;

  • Annual reports required by the state;

  • Regular and special meeting resolutions and minutes;

  • Agreements and contracts;

  • Licenses and permits;

  • Employees – hiring and employment laws that affect your business;

  • Purchases and sales of real estate and business personal property;

  • Financing needs;

  • Taxes; and

  • Numerous other business requirements and needs.

Woner, Reeder & Girard can also help resolve business disputes. Our lawyers will help you reach resolution by counseling, negotiating, mediating, strategically planning, or litigating as will best suit the problem and your business.