Start Your Business Today

Form Your Company In Minutes By Trusting Attorneys Who Are Quick and Knowledgeable

Step 1: Chat With A Pro

Schedule a call with one of our business attorneys. Our team has 20+ years of personal and legal business expertise. Normal lawyer fees start at $500+ for the information we are giving you for free.

Book Your Consultation
Four cartoon people on a video call displayed on a screen

Step 2: Fill Out The Form

By answering the questions on our Business Formation form, which takes less than 15 minutes, we will have all the information we need to form you business. Here’s What We’ll Need:

  1. Organizer Contact
  2. Business Information
  3. Ownership Details

This is the last thing you’ll need to do!

Cartoon woman on a tablet filling out an online form

Step 3: Your Business Is Ready

We can form businesses faster than any other law firm or online legal service, without any of the unnecessary fluff. You will get:

    1. Your Incorporation Documents
    2. Your EIN (Tax ID)
    3. Your Company Bylaws

And that will is everything you will need to get started, open a bank account, and start applying for licenses (as applicable).

Cartoon coffee shop with opening soon signs and ballons

Pick The Entity You’d Like To Start

LLC

Relaxed Management Structure,
Pass-Through Taxation,
Can Have Unlimited Owners.

Start Now

C-Corp

Firm Management Structure,
Double Taxation,
Can Be Publicly Traded.

Start Now

S-Corp

Firm Management Structure,
Pass-Through Taxation,
Limits On Who Can Own.

Start Now

Sole Proprietor

No Management Structure,
Pass-Through Taxation,
Has No Owners.

Learn More

This will take you to LegalEye and Fisher Stone’s Business Formation Portal where you can complete payment and fill in our Business Formation Form.

Find Out What Business Type Works For You

It’s okay to be unsure. That’s why we offer a free consultation where you can speak to an attorney about your options. No sales pitch, just honest conversation.

Book Your Call

Why Work With LegalEye?

We’re attorneys. We aren’t a computer program. We aren’t outsourcing our work.

With LegalEye, you are getting the power of Fisher Stone behind it. And our service to you goes beyond incorporation.

We work on flat fees with transparent pricing. We assist business with everything from Trademarking, to Employee Payroll, to Contract Drafting, to Tax Preparation.

We’re a 5-star rated firm across multiple platforms, with hundreds of reviews from satisfied businesses and entrepreneurs.

Cartoon man sitting down with a laptop on his leg with a completed banner over his head

Learn More About Your Startup Options

Features Taxes Maintenance Growth

LLC

Limited Liability Protection

Owners Known As Members

Pass-Through Taxation

Requires Separate Tax Filing

Relaxed Management Structure

Annual Compliance Requirements

Can Raise Capital From Members

Can Have Unlimited Members

C-Corp

Limited Liability Protection

Owners Known As Shareholders


Double Taxation
Requires Separate Tax Filing
Firm Management Structure

Annual Compliance Requirements

Can Raise Capital From Shareholders

Can Be Publicly Traded On Stock Market

S-Corp

Limited Liability Protection

Owners Known As Shareholders

Pass-Through Taxation

Requires Separate Tax Filing

Firm Management Structure

Annual Compliance Requirements

Can Raise Capital From Shareholders
Restrictions On Who Can Own Shares

Sole Proprietor

No Limited Liability Protection Pass-Through Taxation Relaxed Management Structure Can Add Partners To Form Partnership

Schedule Your Consultation

Book Your Free Call

Or Call Now

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between an LLC and S-Corp?

LLCs and S-Corps are both pass-through entities for taxation but their structure differs. LLCs are owned by members and managed by managers. Corps are owner by shareholders and managed by a board of directors and corporate officers. It’s also important to note that some states may not recognize S-Corps and may end up taking some taxes on the front end too.

What is the difference between a C-Corp and S-Corp?

The difference between a C-Corp and S-Corp is in how they are taxed. S-Corps are pass-through entities, meaning all shareholders are only paying taxed on profit received form their shares. C-Corps are doubleĀ  taxed which means they pay taxes on income on the front end and then shareholders pay tax again on profits received.

How are different business types taxed?

C-Corps are double taxed, but LLCs and S-Corps are pass-through entities so only pay taxes once on profits received.