Corporate & Business Law
About Our Firm
Tuscaloosa Business Lawyer
Your business is your livelihood. Sometimes, it was passed down from generations before, and it can be your legacy. Let an experienced business lawyer at Malone & Nelson's help your hometown business.
Our corporate attorneys are highly skilled and experienced in counseling business clients on transactional issues, corporate governance, and executive compensation. We represent businesses, ranging from small retail shops to larger banking clients, on issues including:
Formation and structure of Alabama corporations (e.g. LLCs, sole proprietorships and partnerships)
Mergers and acquisitions and related regulatory and tax considerations
Commercial real estate sales, acquisition, development and leasing
Corporate issues such as financing, general business planning, recordkeeping, shareholder issues and corporate governance
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can an LLC own property?
Where do I file an LLC?
Which is better, an LLC or a corporation?
It depends on the situation and the business being created.
How is an LLC taxed?
How do I pay myself if I am a member of an LLC?
What is an LLC?
What is a sole proprietorship?
A business owned by one individual.
Can a sole proprietorship have employees?
How do I form an LLC?
Will an LLC protect me from a lawsuit?
Will an LLC protect my assets?
Does a sole proprietorship need a business license?
Can a sole proprietorship change to a partnership?
Where do I register a sole proprietorship?
How are sole proprietorships taxed?
It does not generally pay income tax separate from the owner.
How is a sole proprietorship governed?
How do I form an S corporation?
Where do I file an S corporation?
How is an S corporation taxed?
What is a C corporation?
How do I form a C corporation?
Where do I file a C corporation?
In the Probate Court in the county where the Corporation was formed, and with the Secretary of State.
How is a C corporation taxed?
It generally pays income taxes separately from its shareholders.