Neufeld Legal P.C.
Starting a Business
Partnership / Joint Venture
Purchasing a Business
Financing & Banking
Leasing & Real Estate
Selling Your Business
INCORPORATING A NEW COMPANY
How you structure your business plays a critical role in its prosperity
and success. Although the terms corporation, sole
partnership and limited
liability partnership may
appear to be mere words, to a business lawyer they are the cornerstones
for launching a successful new business enterprise. Each of these
legal constructs provides its own set of tools and challenges through
which business owners will ultimately determine the future of their
labours. As such selecting the appropriate legal form of business
enterprise is important, yet it is merely the starting line from which a
long and arduous race is to be commenced.
To succeed in this highly competitive business world, the legal shell
must be given substance. Merely incorporating one's business will
not provide a wealth of legal protections (an all too common
misconception that has been flogged to the public), given the harsh
reality that poorly conceived business actions have the potential to
create far more serious problems in the long run (due in part to the
mistaken belief that the business has now attained some mythical
protection). If you are committed to the success of your business,
the advice of a knowledgeable legal professional is essential to giving
your business legal substance, such that it has the ability to achieve
the results that you intend to realize.
Providing corporate-commercial legal advice and strategic direction to
business enterprises, is the central focus of business lawyer
Christopher R. Neufeld's legal practice. To advance your business'
initiatives, contact business
lawyer Christopher Neufeld at
Chris@NeufeldLegal.com or 403-400-4092 / 416-887-9702.
Neufeld Legal Professional
Corporation. Our mailing addresses are 144 4th Avenue SW, Suite 1600, Calgary, Alberta
and 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801, Toronto, Ontario. Principal lawyer
Christopher Neufeld is admitted
to practice law in Alberta and Ontario (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.).
Christopher's legal practice focuses primarily on business law, in particular
corporate commercial transactions (mergers, acquisitions, divestitures,
business purchases and sales, etc.), business development, contract
drafting and negotiation, tax and succession planning, financing and
commercial real estate.