While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) was disrupting everyone’s lives, Palmer Lehman Sandberg worked to achieve a balance – continuing to take care of our clients’ legal needs, while protecting our clients, our employees, and our community (local and nationwide).

As Texas has begun to reopen, Palmer Lehman Sandberg has adjusted accordingly.

  • We are available for in-office meetings, with the following protections in place – while in our building and our office common areas (lobby, elevators, hallways, etc.), visitors must wear face coverings, and maintain social distancing (minimum 6’) as much as possible.
  • We continue telephone and video conferencing in place of face-to-face meetings, for those who prefer it.

As we continue to serve you, we wish everyone safety and good health as together we move forward through these uncertain times.

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Mitigating Risk With A Limited Liability Company

The opening of a business usually represents the culmination of an entrepreneur’s longtime dream. However, that dream of a successful enterprise comes with the reality of Texas law and the risks that come from personal liability and tax exposure.

From the first day of operations, a business requires a sound foundation. Certain limitations or vulnerabilities make what should be solid ground very shaky. At Palmer Lehman Sandberg, PLLC, we take a proactive approach in helping our clients launch their business operations. Whether they are establishing a limited liability company (LLC) or other entity, our lawyers remain at their side throughout every step of the process.

A Flexible Hybrid

LLCs enjoy a multitude of advantages over a corporation, specifically flexibility and a more informal administration. An LLC is neither a partnership nor a corporation, but brings together the most attractive elements of both. Depending on the structure, the LLC may be similar to a general partnership with limited liability or an entity where some of the owners participate in operations management with limited liability.

We understand the risks Texas residents face in business formation. Handling complex legal matters without an attorney ignores the potential for mistakes that jeopardize the operation. Face-to-face interactions with our clients — while seemingly an outdated form of communication — help us get to know them and come to understand their specific needs and goals.

Contact Us For More Information On LLCs

We represent entrepreneurs and business owners throughout the DFW Metroplex. Call us at 214-242-6444 or contact us online to arrange a consultation at our Dallas office.

We offer convenient office hours, flexible appointment times and reasonable fees. Visa, Mastercard and Discover are accepted.

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