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Corporate Formation

If you are taking the step to start your own company, getting the proper advice on how to form your corporation is essential. The right guidance and information can make a big impact. There are laws in Nevada that need to be followed. If you are starting your own business, it is a big step and you should never hesitate to get the legal advice and information you need. The details in forming your business can make or break your company. The Litt Law firm can help you with all the details, including putting together your ideas, deciding what type of entity best suits your company’s needs, forming the company, filing the appropriate documents with the State, forming partnership agreements and other operating contracts, acting as your registered agent, and then keeping everything up to date.

Business Law:

  • Corporate Formation
  • Review and preparation of contracts;

Corporation formation:

Thinking about starting a business? Choosing how to form your new company is imperative. There is a lot of information on the internet that can be confusing and misleading. We can help you decide the best way to form your company. We can also help prepare all the proper documents and file them on your behalf. Our priority is giving you the proper advice and making the process as simple as possible.


Contracts are a fundamental part of doing business. A contract should detail what is expected of each party, in clear and unambiguous terms and provisions. Contracts should also indicate what options each party has should a dispute arise over performance of that contract.  A contract can protect you and should be entered into with knowledge and care.

At Litt Law Firm we can prepare or review contracts and provide you with advice regarding all types of business contracts, including:

  • Sales contracts
  • Business purchase agreements
  • Real estate contracts
  • Commercial leases
  • Employment contracts and non-compete agreements
  • Other types of business contracts
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