Monday, April 19, 2010

How a Foreign Company Can Set up a Corporation in Nevada (continued)

How a Foreign Company Can Set up a Corporation in Nevada (continued)

The Cost of Incorporation and the Importance of a Nevada Business Lawyer
As with many legal questions, the answer depends on the circumstances surrounding a given situation. The filing fees in Nevada are based on the number of shares the corporation is allowed to authorize, which are documented in the articles of incorporation. The filing fee could be as little as $75.00 or as much as $35,000 depending on the number of shares involved.
A Nevada business lawyer can educate you on the various kinds of entity protection to ensure that the corporate structure is right for you. In the event that incorporation is deemed appropriate an attorney can help you draft by-laws, or laws governing the corporation’s operation. These by-laws can define ownership rights, voting rights, and dispute resolution processes. In short, a Nevada business lawyer can partner with you, explain the differences between entities, and ensure that your corporate governance is well-documented and your assets significantly protected.
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