Business & Corporate Law

Gain a business partner you can trust.

Every successful business has a team of trustworthy, reliable people. Having a trusted attorney in your network is another great asset to have on your side. Our business attorneys, located in Lafayette, Indiana, can help you feel more confident when making business decisions.

We'll help guide you every step of the way.

Not sure if you should stay a sole proprietor or incorporate? The way your business is structured and organized can have legal obligations that our business law attorneys can help you understand and navigate.

Every business has contracts. Whether they are your employee agreements, vendor agreements, leasing contracts, or non-disclosure agreements, you need to ensure your business is protected.

Commonly Asked Questions

What is an LLC?

LLC stands for limited liability corporation. The owner of an LLC is generally not personally responsible for the company’s debts. An LLC also means you do not have to file a corporate tax return. Learn more here.

What is a C-Corp?

A C‑Corp is a type of company classification. C‑Corp companies have unlimited growth potential because there is no limit on shareholders. 

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What is a S-Corp?

An S‑Corp is similar to a C‑Corp, but they are not double taxed. To clarify, the owner of an S‑Corp must file an individual tax return but not a corporate tax return. 

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Gain a trusted business partner.

Choose a business attorney who will help you start, protect, and secure your business transactions.