TYPES OF PROTECTION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR NEVADA BUSINESS LAWYER
Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
A limited liability company (LLC) is a legal form of business company that provides limited liability to its owners. It is a combination business entity maintaining certain characteristics of both corporations and partnerships. However, it is often more flexible than a corporation and is an excellent tool for companies with a single owner.
Members of an LLC are the owners of the LLC in the same vein as shareholders are owners of a corporation or partners of a partnership (discussed below). These owners hold a membership interest in the LLC entitling them to a right to receive distributions of the LLC and retain proportionate rights over the LLC based on their membership interests. Prior to making any decision regarding the formation of an LLC we highly recommend that you contact a Nevada business lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected and that the entity you choose best suits your business goals.
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