Peter J. Kelley & Associates
  ....a Full Service Law Firm Serving Businesses and Individuals
    in New York and Throughout the World
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Peter J. Kelley &

 
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  36 East 20th Street  
 

Sixth Floor

 
  New York New York  
  10003  
   
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Business Development & Law  . . .    
 

Launching a new business venture can be a daunting challenge.  The experienced staff of Peter J. Kelley & Associates can help you select the form of legal entity best suited to your enterprise, quickly and expertly draft and file the needed documents and set up the basic tax and employer structures you need.  This lets you focus your attention where it is most needed – on piloting your new enterprise.

 

Here are a few of the questions we can help you answer:

 

>          Should I do business in my own name?  Are there advantages to conducting my business as a corporation, a partnership, a Limited Liability Company (LLC), a Limited Partnership (LP), a professional Limited Liability Partnership . . . ? 

 

>          Is the business name I want to use already being used by a competitor?

 

>          How do I obtain authority to collect sales taxes so that I can sell at retail?

 

>          What business taxes do I have to pay if my business is a corporation . . . or a partnership . . . or a simple proprietorship . . . or . . . ?

 

>          Do I need a license to conduct my business?

 

>          Where can I get financing for my business?

 

>          If I buy out an existing business, how do I protect myself from the previous owner’s creditors?

 

>          How do I sell my business? 

 

>          There are several people who own this business.  How do we provide for the death or disability of one of us?   What if one of us wants to leave the business?   What if we have disagreements and the business suffers?   How can we protect ourselves and our business?

 

 

 

 

 

IMMIGRATION

 

CREATING AND RUNNING A BUSINESS

 

COLLECTIONS

 

CONTRACTS

 

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

 

ENTERTAINMENT LAW

 

LITIGATION

 

REAL ESTATE

 

FAMILY

 

WILLS AND TRUSTS

 

CRIMINAL LAW

 

PERSONAL INJURY

 

BANKRUPTCY

 

NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

 

CRIME VICTIM ASSISTANCE