The San Clemente Business Formation Attorneys at the Law Offices of Daniel J. Cooper offer skilled counsel on formation matters, tax issues, and related cases. Business Attorney Cooper has four decades’ experience and is well qualified to represent entrepreneurial clients.
Our business formation attorneys guide individuals and companies in San Clemente, Orange County, and well beyond throughout Southern California. To find answers for your questions on business taxes, formation, and similar issues, call San Clemente Attorney Daniel Cooper.
If you wish to make arrangements for a private consultation with San Clemente Tax Lawyer and Business Formation Lawyer Cooper, phone our offices at (949) 859-
As a knowledgeable business formation attorney, Mr. Cooper provides clients with trustworthy counsel regarding many formation concerns. As a committed San Clemente business formation attorney, he utilizes his business law experience to help various enterprises maintain compliance with relevant legal requirements.
Because of this experience and deep understanding, San Clemente
Business Formation Attorney Cooper is able to recommend the
business structure most appropriate for the client’s goals.
Mr. Cooper can help establish closely held corporations, general
partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, and limited
Tax Attorney Daniel J. Cooper offers practical advice for those creating
a new business and helps clients avoid tax liabilities where possible.
Mr. Cooper was formerly an income tax auditor as well as a manager
in a nationally recognized accountant firm. This background helps to
ensure clients remain in compliance with current tax guidelines.
There are many obligations related to California’s Corporations Code. San Clemente Business Formation Lawyer Cooper is able to draft and file each requisite document. This includes information statements, annual government reports, partnership agreements, articles of incorporation, and closely held corporation agreements.
Mr. Cooper’s many years of experience have given him insight into proactive business strategies such as always including a dissolution clause in formation documents. This provision can help business owners avoid problems that may otherwise occur when imminent litigation, the need to close the business, or other unexpected circumstances arise.
When founding a new business, experienced guidance can produce benefits that last for many years. Our business law office provides representation and counsel for virtually every issue that can affect the formation of a new business. Dial (949) 859-