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Q.Do I need an attorney to incorporate a business?

A.No, you don’t need an attorney to incorporate but it is foolish not to have an attorney at least oversee your efforts. An attorney can review your documents and verify that you have in fact completed all of the necessary paperwork properly, and then inform you on how to properly maintain your corporation. You must be thoroughly versed in the laws of your state, because the failure to file even one form can potentially lead to huge penalties that far exceed the cost of hiring an attorney to incorporate your business properly the first time.

In addition, failing to properly maintain your corporation can also lead to a piecing of the corporate veil, which in effect removes the limited liability protection you sought by incorporating.

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