Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A., Attorney, offers legal services to Satellite Beach, Florida 32937 and Melbourne, Florida 32901.

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“Thank you so much, for all your patience and efforts in resolving this issue for my mom and dad’s estates.”

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“We don’t have words to express how pleasing it is for us to have you working with us.”

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Attorney in Christ

Let me explain the white Attorney in Christ seal. By faith alone I received eternal life as a free gift from Jesus Christ. I strive to glorify Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A.Him in all that I do, including my law practice. In my life, I fall short of that goal at times, but I press on. God does not discriminate against people because of their race, faith, age, gender or any other factor. He loves everyone and offers the free gift of salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ, God in the flesh. I enjoy praying with clients of like faith, and seeking God’s help in all that we do. Because God does not discriminate in His love, I do not discriminate in my legal practice. I answer my own telephone at 321.237.2869 and welcome your call. Construction Attorney │+Personal Legal Care+

Simple Guide to Business Law│ Corporations, LLC’S  │ Business Attorney

This simple guide to business law should not be mistaken for legal advice. I am not giving legal advice and so do not rely upon anything in this article as legal advice. I am only providing a basic overview of business law; I did not cover many important things and practices. Simple Guide to Business Law │ Corporations, LLC’S  │ Business Attorney

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■  Corporations 

■  Limited Liability Companies

Buy-Sell Agreements

■  Non-Compete Agreements


Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A. dedicates this website to Florida Business Law.

 


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Florida Business Law Overview

Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A. Attorney provides this Simple Guide to Florida Business Law to help people learn a few basic concepts about Florida corporations, limited-liability companies, non-compete-agreements, partnerships, and other matters. Many business owners do not understand that unless they incorporate, form an LLC, or other use some other business entity, then all their personal assets may be at risk in their business dealings. This law firm provides +Personal Legal Care+ for corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, business owners, employees, shareholders, managers, directors, sellers, and buyers. I have have more than 25 years of experience with business matters. I strive to help you avoid legal problems with business matters. In some instances, you may not need to visit my office. We can get started right away. I answer my own telephone. Simple Guide to Business Law │+Personal Legal Care+ │ 321.237.2869

 

Areas Served

Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A. Attorney provides attorney services for Florida Business Law, corporations, limited liability companies, shareholders, members, and other matters for business new and old throughout Florida.  If you have a business law matter, please give me a call at 321.237.2869. I provide +personal legal care+ for the people I serve as an attorney. Simple Guide to Business Law │+Personal Legal Care+ 321.237.2869


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Florida Corporations

Florida law controls many aspects of Florida corporations. Chapter 607, Florida Statutes, known as the Florida Business Corporations Act, provides guidance for forming and operating Florida corporations. The Act sets forth the procedure for filing a corporation with the State of Florida, setting up the corporation and establishing a Board of Directors, issuing shares, passing By-Laws and many aspects of corporate life in Florida. I urge people to seek legal counsel early in the life of the corporation, and begin working with legal counsel before you incorporate. In my experience, you really want to be sure that everyone understands the basics of the corporation and how it will be operated. If you need legal help incorporating a business, running your business, resolving business issues, or winding up a business, please give me a call. I answer my own telephone at 321.237.2869. Simple Guide to Business Law │+Personal Legal Care+ │ 321.237.2869

 

Florida Limited Liability Companies

Florida law governs the lives of Florida limited liability companies. Chapter 605, Florida Statutes, known as the Florida Revised Limited Liability Company Act, provides guidance on creating, operating, and terminating Florida limited liability companies. Florida for-profit corporations have shareholders and Florida limited liability companies have members. Florida limited liability companies have many benefits, but the Florida Supreme Court has not yet ruled on a case challenging multi-member limited liability companies. The Florida Supreme Court allowed creditors, in certain instances, to penetrate a single-member limited liability company and its ruling took many people by surprise. Personally, I like corporations for some businesses because we have a long history of court decisions regarding the rights of creditors and others regarding corporations. Simple Guide to Business Law │+Personal Legal Care+ │ 321.237.2869

 

Florida Partnerships

Florida law distinguishes a Florida limited partnership and a Florida general partnership. Chapter 620, Part One, Florida Statutes, known as the Florida Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act of 2005, controls Florida limited partnerships. If you follow the law and form a limited partnership correctly, you must have at least one general partner and one limited partner. The general partner (sometimes a corporation) of the limited partnership remains liable for the debts of the partnership, but the limited partners are only liable for their investment in the limited partnership. Chapter 620, Part Two, Florida Statutes,  known as the Revised Uniform Partnership Act, governs the Florida general partnership. In a general partnership, each partner of general partnership is liable for all the debts of the partnership, and the other partners. In essence, the law will not distinguish between the partnership and the individuals in the general partnership. In order to make wise choices, I urge you to seek legal advice before you decide upon what business entity may be best for your business. Simple Guide to Business Law │+Personal Legal Care+ │ 321.237.2869


 

Free Consultation

I answer my own telephone at 321.779.1211 and welcome your call. I do not provide legal advice during the free consultation, but we can discuss your concerns.

Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A.     Office: 1360 S. Patrick Dr., Suite 1A, Satellite Beach, FL 32937