LLC and Other Business Formation

Whether a client is looking to start or buy a business, a client should understand the proper structuring and operating of the appropriate type of business ownership entity. In addition, a client should fully recognize the magnitude of proper business protection planning in the formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or other business entity type. Our attorneys will review, strategize, and discuss with the client the best way for a new or existing business to be structured properly according to Arizona law.

Generally, we recommend an LLC for ownership of each investment real estate property. The reason is that if one investment real estate property has problems, e.g., settling soils or a casualty such as mold or flooding damage, the remaining real estate investment properties owned by other individual LLCs are not affected.

Frequently Asked Questions about Business Formation & LLCs


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Documentation Necessary if Building Home with Next-Door Neighbor

March 29, 2020

Question: My next-door neighbor has a construction background. I can get construction financing. We want to buy an old home…


Employee of LLC needs real estate license

August 6, 2017

Employee of LLC needs real estate license   Question:  Our family’s limited liability company (“LLC”) owns several manufacturing companies, but…


Recent Ruling Leaves Agent-Broker Liability Questions

January 23, 2017

Recent Ruling Leaves Agent-Broker Liability Questions    Question: In real estate school we were taught that under Arizona law a real…


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