A business entity is established so that the business has a legal existence separate from its owners. If a business entity is properly formed, the owners’ personal assets are generally not subject to the creditors of the business, including judgment creditors. Therefore, a business entity must be established and maintained as a separate legal entity, and certain formalities must be observed.
RLK forms business entities, including corporations, LLCs, partnerships, and limited partnerships. We also prepare and review business contracts, buy-sell agreements, and business-succession plans. RLK is available to act as registered agent for Nevada business entities.