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Start Your Michigan Business Today

Avoid startup phase problems by working with an attorney to handle tax planning, compliance, and related business law needs including contracts, leases and employee matters.

FREE, NO OBLIGATION CONSULTATION

Discuss your legal needs for forming, filing and managing your Michigan business during a free consultation. Subscription services available to help your business as it grows.

Startup Businesses the Right Way

  • Choose the right legal entity form for your business - LLC, Corporation, P.C., etc.

  • Tax planning to minimize taxes now and down the road

  • File for all tax IDs and set up related accounts

  • Avoid missed filings and related penalties

  • Understand employee related issues including taxes and insurance

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  • Draft operating agreements to protect ownership interests and determine owner rights

  • Contract review including leases and other business agreements

  • File for trademarks

Let an Expert Help You Focus on Your Business

Starting a successful business is one of the most difficult things to do in life.  


Let attorney Andrew Steiger focus on the legal issues so you can focus on the success of your business, not the legal aspects.  Setting up your business the right way may avoid many headaches down the road, including tax problems.

If you have questions about starting your business, contact Michigan attorney Andrew Steiger for a free consultation.  

 

Consultations are available in-person or through phone, and Michigan services can generally be provided throughout the state.

Open For Business

Flexible Payment Options to Help Your Michigan Business Succeed

  • Flat fees for specific services to help you manage your costs

  • Subscription service plans for ongoing in-house counsel representation

  • Hourly rates with advanced estimates

Avoid Common Startup Problems

  • Overlooking required business licenses

  • Lack of Tax Planning

  • Wrong Entity Type - LLC, Corporation, Sole Proprietorship

  • Missing Operating Agreement

  • Failing to Protect Property including trade names, trademarks, IP, etc.

  • Penalties for Missed Filings

  • Missed Registrations