Whether your business is starting up, growing, mature or ending, business involves law.
Starting a business in Kansas usually requires registration with the Kansas Secretary of State. This is a publicly available service. Almost anyone can setup their own Kansas Limited Liability Company now, but should you? Probably not. Registration alone may legally form the company, but you may be leaving the company exposed to additional risk that may be capable of being mitigated by having an operating agreement and counseling from a Kansas licensed attorney. For example, an attorney versed in business litigation may be able to pierce through the limited liability protections offered by a limited liability company if the managers of the company are not observing corporate formalities. There are many factors, but one common mismanagement is a small, single member limited liability company failing to have separate bank accounts for the company and personal matters.