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Corporate Law

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Milwaukee Corporate Lawyer

Corporate Set-up

Starting a business requires meticulous and comprehensive planning. Issues such as entity formation, corporate formality compliance, financial planning, tax implications, and potential liabilities must be carefully considered when creating a business. Should one of these areas be overlooked, you could be faced with a host of problems long before your business is even up and running.

Choosing a Business Entity

Choosing a business entity is important when setting long-term business goals. We offer assistance in determining which business operating plan will provide you with the greatest benefit, including: 

  • Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
  • C Corporations
  • S Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)
  • Sole Proprietorships

What to expect during your meeting

During your meeting at Konstantakis Law Office, expect a personalized and comprehensive consultation tailored to your business needs. Our experienced attorneys will discuss your company’s legal challenges, goals, and strategies in detail. We will review relevant documents, provide expert analysis, and offer practical solutions to address legal issues such as contracts, compliance, intellectual property, and more. Our goal is to ensure you leave with a clear understanding of your legal options and a strategic plan aligned with your business objectives.

What do we need from the client?

  • Social security information
  • Copy of Driver’s license
  • Name of company they would like to incorporate
    • This is one of the most important steps when creating a new business. Attorney Konstantakis will help ensure that the name is available and sets you apart from the competition.

Attorney Konstantakis

Attorney Konstantakis has almost 30 years of experience and has even set up her own LLC, thus creating a unique expert opinion that can address all of your concerns. Attorney Konstantakis ensures that your time is spent wisely and clearly goes through the process step-by-step. She will ensure that one of the most important parts of your business, the name, is available online for a website and on social media platforms to establish top performance compared to your competition.


Hear from the clients we have helped!

“Georgia and her team are friendly, professional, and efficient. We’re happy to have her as ‘our attorney,’ not only for estate planning but also as trusted guidance for all other legal issues that have come up. Definitely recommend!” –  Live Oak Health – Massage Therapy, Chinese Medicine

“My firm has had the pleasure of working with Georgia and her staff for the past five years. Always friendly, professional, and caring. Thank you for taking good care of the people we send you.” – Tim Wachter, Victory Creek Accounting

Corporate agreement

Frequently asked questions about Corporate Lawyers

You will gain a trusted advisor in your businesses. For many entrepreneurs it is hard to know if they are making the best decision for their company, having a lawyer that knows your goals and visions can be beneficial in the planning and setting up of your company. 

It is recommended that you keep the same lawyer for your business. Like many relationships the ones that have known you the longest will know the problems you may face, the details of what you want and what your best interests are. The more they know about you, the better representative they can be for your business.  

  • A lawyer has many connections and will use those to make sure your business is full of growth and prosperity. 
  • You lessen the risk of breaking the law if you have a lawyer as a trusted advisor for your business. Having them by your side will help guarantee that you follow all regulations and avoid any conflicts. 
  • Having a lawyer by your side can also help you manage any human resource issues. They will know when you may violate employment laws regarding hiring/firing an employee, providing leave and more. An attorney will help you establish a statute for your employees to follow so you don’t run into any issues.  
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