If starting or growing a business in Fort Worth or Tarrant County is YOUR dream, talk to business lawyer Tawana H. Gray. From developing your business plan and choosing the right structure, to a business exit strategy that meets your retirement goals, Ms. Gray can provide business advice and guidance tailored specifically to your needs throughout the lifecycle of your company.
Ms. Gray takes a holistic approach to business planning because the decisions you make today will impact you, your family, your business partners and employees for years to come. Let’s make sure you’ve considered every option and chosen the right strategy to for your unique business needs minimize taxation, and reduce personal risks and financial liability. To schedule an initial consultation with attorney Gray, call 817-270-9975 or contact us online.
New Business Startup
Starting a new business is exciting! We’re so pleased you are considering working with attorney Tawana H. Gray as you begin this journey. Ms. Gray will personally guide you every step of the way, from choosing a business structure [link to choosing a business structure], to drafting of articles and agreements, to business filings. Your business is a unique reflection of you, and so is your business plan. When you work with Ms. Gray, she prepares customized business documents after consulting with you to understand your goals in detail. She is passionate about ensuring you are positioned for success with a business structure that gives control, structure, and protection.
Before you move ahead with registering your business, talk with a business legal advisor to ensure you have considered your needs, your family’s needs, and the needs of your business today and into the future.
You need a business plan to get your new business off the ground. If you can afford to do so, work with a professional for business planning right from the start to ensure you’ve got all your bases covered in terms of management and operations, taxation, asset protection, and risk management.
But if you’re starting a business with little capital, get the basics of business formation completed and get into action. After you’ve been operating awhile and reached a better position financially, you can consider working with a business planning professional to develop a more comprehensive business plan with an eye toward future growth. Your business advisor is here for the long term, invested in your success.
Business Succession Planning
Almost half of all family-owned businesses don’t have a business succession plan. That’s a missed opportunity. How much income will you need to retire? Who can you entrust your business to when you’re ready to hand it off? What is the timeline for transitioning your business? How will the transition be funded? Let attorney Tawana Gray help you answer these and other questions as part of a business exit strategy.