Forming an LLC in New Hampshire is a fairly easy process. Forming the entity is merely the beginning, and a knowledgeable lawyer can help fill in the blanks.

6 Reasons to Hire an Attorney When Creating Your New Hampshire LLC

If you are considering forming a limited liability company, you may be tempted to handle the process yourself. Many online sites and television commercials advertise the ease of filing these new entities.

Unfortunately, what these self-service websites cannot offer you is anything that goes beyond the establishment of the LLC as a new entity. The next step after forming the LLC is typically to obtain a tax ID number and create an operating agreement.

Using an Internet form, or worse, having no operating agreement at all, may prove to be a costly mistake. These agreements should be carefully reviewed and negotiated under the guidance of an experienced Hampton LLC lawyer.

6 Issues a Lawyer Can Help You Address When Creating a New Hampshire LLC

What issues can an attorney help address as you form your new LLC? The following are six examples:

  • Whether to be a manager-managed or member-managed LLC
  • What happens if you pass away unexpectedly
  • What happens if you become incapacitated
  • What happens if you and your business partner want to go in separate directions
  • Who is responsible for which tasks relating to the operation of the company
  • How the sale, transfer, or forfeit of membership interests is handled