Our business law practice centers around the organization, formation, filing, and operation of legal entities in South Carolina. A client must consider various factors when considering a business entity which may include the purpose for the entity, the strength of liability protection, the operational ease, administrative requirements, profit-sharing features, and employment tax implications. The needs of every business are different so it's worth an hour or two sitting with a knowledgeable attorney to investigate all of the issues that will affect it. Additionally, we regularly represent clients in the purchase or sale of businesses whether structured as an asset purchase or a stock/membership purchase.
If needed, we are able to organize South Carolina limited liability companies, nonprofit corporations, and statutory-close Subchapter S corporations by the end of the next business day once we’ve received the necessary information. Bradshaw & Company seeks to make your entire experience with us as seamless and as convenient as possible, taking care of the drafting and preparation of all trust and business entity formation documents as well as the subsequent transfers of title necessary for funding purposes.