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The Gerber Law Firm,  assists clients in a wide variety of industries to select and organize the proper entity to operate a new business. We are experienced in guiding clients through the choice-of-entity selection process along with the cost analysis of organizing and operating a new business in Texas.


At the outset, we first discuss with our clients the various different entities from which to choose, the set-up and on-going maintenance costs. As part of this process, we advise our clients as to the relative advantages and disadvantages of forming, organizing, and operating different types of business entities, including corporations (both business and professional, and both S Corporations and C Corporations), general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies.


Once a client has decided on a particular type of entity, we help to prepare the appropriate documents, including, articles of incorporation and bylaws, articles of organization and operating agreement, certificate of limited partnership and partnership agreement, or general partnership agreement, depending on the type of entity. These charter documents set forth how the entity is to be governed and operated, and associated organizational documents to get directors and officers, managers or general partners in place to conduct the business, all to ensure that the new entity is geared for corporate success.


The Gerber Law Firm routinely assists business owners in:

  • Creation of Corporations, Limited Liability Companies and Annual Registered Agent Service

  • Company Agreements

  • Buy/Sell Agreements

  • Employment Contracts

  • Employment Handbooks

  • For Profit Corporations

  • Franchises

  • General and Limited Partnerships

  • Joint Venture Agreements

  • Limited Liability Company

  • Texas Series LLC Formation Single Member

  • Texas Series LLC Formation Multi-member

  • Texas Trademark Registration


The Gerber Law Firm provides an upfront, no-nonsense assessment of the formation of your entity, and works with individuals and businesses to obtain the best end result in the formation of your business. By maintaining this focus, The Gerber Law Firm provides its clients with efficient and effective legal representation. Because the formation of your business is crucial to its longevity, make sure you have an experienced corporate lawyer who has the time to discuss you’re the formation of your business with you, explain your options, and represent you. When it matters most, contact The Gerber Law Firm.

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