Corporate Organization

Organizing Organizations

Everything works better and produces more when processes, structures and people are well organized. SeilerSchindel brings a varied and thoughtful perspective to the workings of your business. Organization clears the mental clutter from your enterprise, allowing fresh thinking from an enlightened work force. Everyone just breathe…

Entity Selection

Our attorneys can help determine if a corporation, limited liability company, limited partnership, or some other entity is the right structure for your business, and then help draft and file all documents required for organization and registration with the State of Minnesota.

Corporate Governance

We help business owners identify how the company will operate, including how decisions will be made, how new owners can be added, and provide for existing owners exist strategies. We then draft (or review) the company’s organizational documents (bylaws, operating agreement, shareholder agreement, or partnership agreement) to ensure that they accurately reflect the owners’ wishes.

Corporate Compliance

Without following proper corporate compliance procedures, owners can face personal liability for acts of the Company. We work with business owners to make sure annual meetings are held, assets are not commingled, required records are maintained, and a host of other compliance issues so that you can focus on your business.


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