Legally forming a start-up in Texas | Hines & Maxwell, PLLC
hines maxwell
Attorneys Who Put
You At
Legal Counsel
You Can
Home Blog

Legally forming a start-up in Texas

Many people have a dream of starting their own business and escaping the chains of being an employee. While starting your own company can create a great deal of freedom, it can also be a huge responsibility. It is important to make sure that all the appropriate planning is in place. Also, be sure to satisfy all of the legal obligations within the state of Texas.

The process of starting your own business carries with it several elements. You must first make sure that you have a viable business idea, and then invest time into creating a detailed plan. In addition, you need to go through the process of legally forming your business. The following will go through the steps you should take in chronological order.

Make a business plan

There is a common phrase, "fail to prepare, prepare to fail." This could not be more true when it comes to preparing your business plan and the future of your business. You should make sure that you have identified the unique selling proposition (USP) that your business has. Additionally, define a well-researched target market to whom you intend to promote your business.

In addition, you should outline a roadmap which has goals of where you would like to be within certain timeframes, and how you plan to reach those milestones.

Legally form your business

Once you have planned out your business in great detail, you should move onto forming your business legally. This means choosing the type of business that you want to form. You will have the option of forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) an S Corporation, a C Corporation, or a sole proprietorship. The best decision for you will depend on the scope of your business, the structure of the company you wish to take, and the amount you want to protect of your personal assets. For start-ups, choosing an LLC or a sole proprietorship is often the best option.

If you are considering creating a start-up in Texas, it is important to consider the commitment in great detail before taking action.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information

Contact Hines & Maxwell, PLLC

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Email Us For A Response
hines maxwell

office location

Hines & Maxwell, PLLC
502 N. Ridgeway
Cleburne, TX 76033

Phone: 817-506-3120
Fax: 817 641 0517
Cleburne Law Office Map