South Carolina Business Conversion Attorney
Serving Columbia, Greenville, and Charleston SC, and other locations
There are many good reasons for changing the business structure your business uses, including management, tax, asset protection reasons to name a few. However, the consequences of not properly performing a change in business form or conversion can be substantial. Contact an attorney or lawyer with our firm to discuss the pros and cons of any of the following change in business structures and conversions:
- Sole Proprietorship to Partnership
- Sole Proprietorship to Corporation
- Sole Proprietorship to LLC
- Partnership to LLC
- Partnership to Corporation
- Corporation to LLC
- LLC to Corporation
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Small Business Law Firm of Payne & Associates, LLC
Attorney at Law
Serving South Carolina: Columbia, Charleston, Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Rockhill & Other SC Locations