Our firm’s expertise in corporate law comes from many years of first-hand legal experience. Corporate law deals with the formation and operations of corporations and is related to commercial and contract law. A corporation is a legal entity created through the laws of its state of incorporation, treating a corporation as a legal “person” that has standing to sue and be sued, distinct from its stockholders.

Corporations are taxable entities that are taxed at a lower rate from individuals. State laws regulate the creation, organization and dissolution of corporations. States also have registration laws requiring corporations that incorporate in other states to request permission to do in-state business.

Our attorneys are equally focused on providing counsel to small businesses. They work closely with small business owners to help them achieve their ideal corporate structure, secure appropriate government licensing, obtain necessary financing and comply with state and federal regulations.

“I have been a client of The Huggins Firm for many years. In all these years, I have always found Charles Huggins and his staff to be highly knowledgeable and extremely competent to handle all of my legal needs, including real estate closings, establishing corporations and litigations. Our sincere hope is to continue this relationship for many years to come.”

Joe O’Tyson, Builder, Medallion Construction Company, Inc.