As part of his real estate and business practice, Joel Ruben advises clients in the formation and maintenance of various business entities, including limited liability companies, limited partnerships and corporations. Sometimes a new entity is formed to acquire a real estate or a business, or to formalize the relationship between the owners of a business. On other occasions, a new entity may be formed to protect the client’s existing interest in an asset.
If the entity is already in existence, or after a new entity is formed, Mr. Ruben can assist with the maintenance of the entity such as the preparation of minutes and documents for the transfer of an ownership interest in the entity. This is important to protect the separate existence of the entity and to limit the personal liability of the owner’s of the entity for its debts and other liabilities.