Rotole, Rotole, Blanchard & Lumbye, L.L.C. | Attorneys at Law

400 S. Colorado Boulevard, Suite 590, Denver, CO 80246 Fax: (303) 399-1607 Phone: (303) 399-1600
19039 E. Plaza Drive, Suite 275, Parker, CO 80134 (303-841-1900)

Business Formation & Transactions

Named as the number seven best place to live and launch a business by CNNMoney and Fortune Small Business, Denver, Colorado is bustling with economic growth and business development.  The business law attorneys at Rotole, Rotole & Blanchard, L.L.C. keep pace with the speed of Denver, assisting new businesses with entity formation and established businesses with virtually every type of transaction.

Entity Formation

Choosing the right entity within which to operate your business is a significant decision, with implications for how the business and its owners are taxed and paid, the personal liability exposure of the owners, how the business is managed and controlled, and how ownership can be transferred, sold, or dissolved. 

Businesses can form in a variety of ways in Colorado, including:

  • Subchapter S Corporation
  • Subchapter C Corporation
  • General Partnership
  • Limited Partnership
  • Limited Liability Company (LLC)
  • Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
  • Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP)

Our attorneys provide professional advice on the entity which will best meet your needs, considering all applicable factors.  Moreover, we are experienced in all aspects of formation and can perform the necessary functions to create and register your new company as a legal entity with the state.

Transactions

Companies make use of contracts in every aspect of business, whether dealing with customers, employees, vendors, suppliers, or distributors.  If a contract is poorly-worded or not executed properly, it can cause disputes later on that can lead to costly litigation which diverts time and attention, not to mention financial resources, away from the core function of the business.  Also, unless the contract is drafted correctly, the transaction may be unfavorably skewed, causing an unfair advantage to the other party and potentially waiving valuable legal protections.

Our lawyers assist clients with the negotiating, drafting, and review of contracts in a variety of transactions, including:

  • Buy-sell stockholder agreements
  • Purchase and sale of businesses
  • Employment contracts
  • Commercial leases
  • Service contracts

Attorneys in our business law practice group collectively have nearly 40 years of background in corporate formation and transactions.  For professional legal services based on knowledge, skills and decades of experience in business law, contact Rotole, Rotole & Blanchard, L.L.C.

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