Incorporating a Business
- Shareholders agreements
- Shotgun clauses
- Minority and Majority rights
- Private vs. Public
- Directors and officers of the Corporation
- Sale of Shares and Right of First Refusal
These and many more are the terms and titles taken from a simple shareholders agreement. We will explain and clarify these and many others. We will direct your attention to those, which are relevant for your type of business and will save your time from those, which are not.
- Do you know what type of relationship you will have with your partners?
- How will you make a decision in a 50/50 voting split?
- How will you exit the company if your partner does not want to buy you out?
- How will you ensure that you are paid dividends in return for your investment?
Whether incorporating alone or with partners, whether inviting investors or arranging
Forming a Corporation will protect you from some forms of liability, but will impose others on you. Incorporation does not create a complete separation between you and your business, and will not save you from all debts and liabilities. On the contrary – corporation might create and impose additional responsibilities and liabilities on its Directors and Officers.
*A free 30 minutes online consultation will be provided for each client.