Business Organizations
Because of the economy, a change of careers, or personal drive or interests, people are going into business for themselves like never before. Women especially are attracted to opening their own businesses so they can work and have a family on their terms.

Michigan law authorizes several different types of business forms under which you can conduct business. They include:
Sole Proprietorship
Limited Partnership
Limited Liability Company
For-Profit Corporation
Nonprofit Corporation
Doing Business As ("DBA")

Each business form has its advantages and disadvantages. RIZIK & RIZIK walk you through the organization process, and, after forming your business, assist you in maintaining it according to your goals. We provide the following services:

  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Articles of Organization
  • Certificate of Assumed Name
  • For-Profits and Non-Profits
  • Bylaws
  • Operating Agreement
  • Partnership Agreement
  • Conversions
  • Trademark and copyright
  • Employment Handbook
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Negotiating and drafting employment contracts
  • Negotiating and drafting severance agreements
  • Board governance issues
  • Negotiating vendor and supply contracts
  • Commercial litigation, including minority oppression and breach of contract
  • Employment litigation
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