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What to Consider When Forming a Limited Liability Company

Forming an LLC is a big decision that requires careful consideration of several key factors. When deciding how to structure your LLC, it is important to consider whether you want a member-managed or a manager-managed LLC, if a single-member LLC is right for you, and who you will appoint as your registered agent. Additionally, you should consider whether you want to state a specific purpose for your LLC, as this can help to define the scope of the business and prevent unintended legal liabilities.

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Common Agreements for Limited Liability Companies

Limited liability companies (LLCs) typically use several key agreements to govern their operations and protect the interests of the owners, also known as members. The most common and essential agreements for an LLC include Operating Agreements, Buy-Sell Agreements, MembersHip Interest Purchase Agreements, Non-Compete Agreements, and Confidentiality Agreements.

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Private Placement Memorandums (PPMs) Explained

A private placement memorandum, also known as a PPM, is a document that provides detailed information about a securities offering to potential investors. It is a crucial component of any private placement, which is a type of securities offering that is exempt from many of the registration requirements that apply to public offerings.

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Why Texas is Great for Business

Texas is a great state to start a business for a number of reasons. If you are looking to start a business, here are a few key factors you may want to consider business-friendly regulations, strong economy, talent pool, affordability, and pro-business culture.At Brashears Law Group PLLC we help clients with their legal needs and business goals. We are here to assist with your Texas business today.

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Summary of Regulation D 506(c) Offerings

Regulation D 506(c) allows companies to raise capital through private placement without registering the securities with the SEC. Regulation D 506(c) offerings are cost-effective and an efficient way for small and startup companies to raise capital, and allows companies to advertise and solicit investors. Regulation D 506(c) offerings are limited to accredited investors only, and there are stringent disclosure and filing requirements that companies must adhere to. It’s important for any company considering this type of offering to seek legal and financial advice before proceeding with a Regulation D 506 (c) offering.

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Summary of Regulation D 506(b) Offerings

Regulation D 506(b) offers a way for companies to raise capital through private placement without registering the securities with the SEC. Regulation D 506(b) offerings are cost-effective and efficient way to raise capital for small and startup companies.

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The Importance of Operating Agreements

Operating agreements are essential agreements for limited liability companies. Operating agreements help to define the roles and responsibilities of the members, establish the decision-making process, set out the company’s financial structure, protect the LLC’s limited liability status, and provide a reference point for dispute resolution.

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Wills, Trusts, & Estates

Wills A will is a document intended to make a distribution of property belonging to its author, which takes effect on the author’s death. With few exceptions, every person 18 years or older has the

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