Business Related Documents
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INCORPORATION – Incorporate your business quickly and easily in any state in the USA. Review the options available to you for incorporating your business, as it is critical to create the structure that best suits your company’s situation. Then use up-to-date state-specific documents to legally incorporate in any USA state. Maintain the corporate structure with the necessary legal forms, including share certificates, by-law documents, meeting minutes, and more. Clear instructions and overviews.
- Proceedings of the Incorporators
- General Code of Regulations
- Minutes of Meeting of Shareholder
- Minutes of Meeting of Directors
- Share Certificate
AMENDMENT TO CORPORATION – Amend the By-Laws or Code of Regulations for a Corporation formed in any U.S.A. state. If any of the critical business details of your Corporation have changed since its formation, it is often wise to amend the terms defined in the corporate documents to reflect the current structure of the entity. Create an addendum outlining these changes in minutes using an amendment document.
LIMITED LIABILITY CO. (LLC) – File your business as a Limited Liability Company in any U.S.A. State. Review the detailed list of considerations prior to creating the structure of your LLC. Create a legal and valid Limited Liability Company, ready to submit to the appropriate Secretary of State. Draft the LLC’s Operating Agreement to finish the process.
- Sole Member Operating Agreement
- Multi-Member MEMBER-Managed Operating Agreement
- Multi-Member MANAGER-Managed Operating Agreement
- LLC Unit Certificate
- LLC Members Meeting Minutes
- Sample LLC Meeting Minutes
NEW YORK SPECIFIC FORMS
- NY Articles of Organization
- NY Certificate of Publication
AMENDMENT TO LLC – Amend the Operating Agreement for a Limited Liability Company formed in any U.S.A. state. If any of the critical business details of your LLC have changed since its formation, it is often wise to amend the terms defined in the Operating Agreement to reflect the current structure of the entity. Create an addendum outlining these changes in minutes using an amendment document form.
GENERAL PARTNERSHIP – Form a legal General Partnership with the members of your business team. This Partnership Agreement form allows business partners to create the documents necessary to clearly outline the ownership structures, capitalization records, operations plans, financial shares and distribution schedules for the venture.
EMPLOYEE MANUALS – Create an Employee Manual in minutes, ready for printing or photocopying. Businesses with even a handful of workers need an employee handbook to set basic policies and common-sense legal safeguards. Providing all workers with a customized Employee Manual is the best way to prevent unwarranted litigation and give clear employment guidelines. Use the included employment contracts and human resources legal forms to further those protections. Includes social media policy outlines acceptable use of Facebook, Twitter, blogs and other sites as they relate to the business.
- Employee Handbook
- Application for Employment
- Employee Arbitration Agreement
- Employee Performance Review
- Employment Agreement
- Sales Representative Agreement
- Consultant Agreement
- Authorization Form for Drug / Background Check
- Records Retention Guide
NON-DISCLOSURE & NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS – Create a Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement for confidentiality, where the parties agree to treat certain information provided by the other as confidential. Separately, create a Non-Compete Agreement either for an Employee (the employer requires an employee to not compete against it for a set time period if they leave) or for a Business (where one business requires another to not compete in the same space, often after an asset purchase).
- Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement
- Business Non-Compete Agreement
- Employee Non-Compete Agreement
BUSINESS ENTITY POWER OF ATTORNEY – allows an entity such as a Corporation, LLC, Limited Partnership, etc. to designate an individual, company or other third party to conduct specific, stated business on behalf of the Principal business. The business can appoint the named Attorney-in-Fact: to buy, sell or transfer property; to sign agreements; to purchase assets; to open or close a bank account; to buy or sell stocks; to handle imports or exports; and much more. Often used when directors are not personally available to conduct the directly-stated business outlined in the document.