The lawyers at McDaniel Law are experienced New Jersey limited liability company Attorneys, representing LLC owners and the companies themselves in litigation and transactional matters.
A limited liability company in New Jersey gives its owners the flexibility and tax advantages of a partnership, without being personally liable for the debts of business. In recent years, the LLC formed in New Jersey has become the business organization of choice for most new businesses in New Jersey.
New Jersey Limited Liability Company Lawyers
For help with a New Jersey Limited Liability Company, contact the attorneys at McDaniel Law. If you want to form an LLC complete the Limited Liability Company Checklist . We will help you identify issues that should be addressed in your operating agreement. For litigation matters contact us using our on-line form or call 888-602-5990
We focus our practice on limited liability companies formed under New Jersey law. We publish frequently on the subject and help our clients form and operate their LLCs. We represent the LLCs and the LLC members in lawsuits involving removal of members, dissolution of the LLC, breach of the LLC operating agreement or breach of fiduciary duty.
Limited Liability Company Attorneys Serving Bergen County, Essex County, Passaic County
To Form a limited liability company under New Jersey law, a Certificate of Formation is filed with the Secretary of State. A New Jersey LLC should have a written operating agreement that controls the relationships between its members.
New Jersey’s LLC law changes in 2013. Under the new law, oral agreements between members of the limited liability company will be enforceable. Having a written operating agreement will be important avoid disputes between the members of the LLC
Limited Liability Company Attorneys for LLC Member Litigation
McDaniel Law often represents clients in limited liability company lawsuits. The lawsuits may involve a breach of the LLC’s operating agreement, misconduct by a member, disputes over management, disputes over the value of the business and removing a member of the LLC, known as involuntary dissociation.
For more information about disputes involving limited liability company members, call our office at 888-602-5990 or use the online form to contact us.
Our on-line journal, The Business Dissolution Journal, has news and legal analysis about “business divorce,” the term often used to describe the removal or resignation of a member from a closely held business.
We often appear in LLC member lawsuits and also help clients with negotiations about limited liability disputes, such as the resignations of members, retirements and transfers by the members of their interests in the limited liability company.