Kellogg & Palzer, P.C. -- Focusing on Small Business for Success
Sometimes insurance is not enough to protect your personal assets. Turning your business into a corporation or limited liability company is one of the best ways to protect your personal assets from liabilities created by your business. With a team of Omaha small business lawyers on your side, you can come up with a plan that works for you and your business.
At the law offices of Kellogg and Palzer, our attorneys have over 60 years of experience helping individuals launch small businesses. Working with you, your financial planners, accountants and insurance brokers, we will select a business entity that works for you now and will help you as your business grows.
There are a number of benefits to officially establishing your business. In addition to minimizing your personal tax burden, forming a corporation or LLC will help you establish specific rights, obligations and ownership interests. From C-Corps and S-Corps to LLCs and LLPs, we will help you explore your full range of options and come up with a plan tailored to the immediate and long-term goals of your business.
We handle all business formations on a flat-rate basis, and we explain all the filing fees and related costs, so there are no hidden fees or additional costs.
Small Business Development
As your business grows, you want to make sure you can take on whatever challenges come your way. Dedicated to building long-term relationships with our small business clients, we are prepared to assist you with the following:
- Business plan creation
- Uniform service contracts
- Buy-sell agreements
- Confidentiality and non-compete agreements
- Purchase agreements
- Lease and rental agreements
- Independent contractor and employment agreements
- Employee handbooks
- Severance agreements
- Employee ownership plans
We also provide small businesses with plaintiff and defense counsel in administrative claims and litigation, including discrimination and harassment claims, collections disputes, violation of licensing agreements, shareholder disputes, improper trade name use, breach of lease agreements, zoning issues, property line disputes and ADA compliance.
We have an "Annual Business Legal Checkup List" to help businesses determine what areas of legal follow up the business may need. Please feel free to download that form here.
As a small law firm dedicated to helping Nebraska businesses succeed, your business concerns will be handled directly by one of our lawyers from start to finish. Let us help you come up with a plan for a better future. Call or contact us online today to learn more and schedule a consultation.