Experienced Business Formation Guidance

Before a business can compete in the marketplace, it must have a solid foundation. Located in Bowling Green, the business law firm of Harlin Parker assists new businesses across Kentucky with business formation.

The Choice Of Business Structure Matters

Founders of a new business have several options when deciding which form the new entity should take. The choice depends on a number of factors, such as the size of the new business, what its operations will be, how many partners are involved and their plans for future growth. Incorporation is a common choice, because it limits the partners' personal liability in case of future litigation, but it is not appropriate in every case. Common options include:

  • Sole proprietorships
  • Partnerships
  • Limited liability companies (LLC)
  • Corporations
  • Nonprofits

Attorneys Mark D. Alcott, Robert C. Chaudoin and Marc A. Lovell are among Kentucky's most knowledgeable about business law. They have guided hundreds of new companies through the formation process, including business incorporation. They listen carefully to their clients and provide the information needed to choose an intelligent and sustainable business structure tailored to the client's individual needs.

Intellectual Property And Business Formation

A business' intellectual property is often its primary means of advertising itself and making money. Harlin Parker's lawyers advise business clients about registering trademarks and copyrights, and represents businesses in court related to an intellectual property dispute.

Consult With A Business Lawyer

Harlin Parker can be reached at 270-495-0562 or by filling out the online intake form on the Contact page. The firm represents clients in Warren County and around the state.