Author: Stephen Comeau

Steve Comeau is an Of Counsel Attorney for Law 4 Small Business, P.C., and has been licensed to practice law in the State of New Mexico for over 36 years.

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How to Create a Non-Profit Entity

We get a lot of calls from people with great ideas for charitable undertakings but often with little understanding of how to put those ideas into action. For many people,...

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Protecting Your Company’s Trade Secrets

PROTECTING YOUR COMPANY’S TRADE SECRETS As a business owner, you have a lot to worry about. With all that needs to be done, sometimes the non-physical aspects can be neglected....

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The Art of Buying and Selling a Business

Whether you are buying or selling a business, few people will disagree that this process is one of the most important, exhilarating and emotional experiences of your life. For the...

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What Can a Small Business Lawyer Do For You?

The practice of law for small business covers substantive areas that are literally as varied as are the types to small businesses and the challenges they face.  These potential areas...

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How to Form a New Mexico LLC

Listed below is a step-by-step checklist for how to form a New Mexico limited liability company (LLC). These steps will be very similar from state to state. However, depending on...

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Corporations and Limited Liability Companies

This is our final topic on the subject of things you need to consider in selecting an appropriate business entity. After our initial discussion of general issues involved in making...

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Partnerships

The next topic in our continuing discussion about selecting an appropriate form of entity for your business is “partnerships.” When the first two people in history came together in some...

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Sole Proprietorships

In our previous blog article about choosing a business entity, the first and simplest form of business on the “menu” was the “sole proprietorship.” Notice that we referred to this as...