Sprout Law
 
 
Form Your Company

Formation

 
 
 

Why Form a Company?

When you register as a company, you receive limited liability. Your personal assets are not considered company property. You aren’t personally liable for the business. And you won’t have to use your personal money to pay business debts.

 
 
 

Your Options

LLC

A Limited Liability Company means you will not be personally liable in your business.

Corporation

A Corporation means you will not be personally liable in your business and you will be able to attract investors.

Non-Profit

A Non-Profit means you will not be personally liability in your business and you will receive a tax exemption.

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A Company is Right for You if...

• You want to avoid personal liability

• You want to receive funding

• You're serious about your business

 
 
 
 

FAQS

 

How does the process work?

When you're ready to get started, you'll receive a short questionnaire to start the process.

We'll file your company paperwork and keep you updated every step of the way.

How long does it take?

It takes the state a week or two to review your paperwork. We'll let you know as soon as it's approved.

How do I get started?

We start with a complimentary phone consultation to find the best company structure for you. When our call is over, you'll receive an online proposal that you can review + accept.

How much does it cost?

An LLC is $300.

A Corporation is $525.

A Non-Profit is $450.

All prices include state filing fees. We offer no-interest, no-fee payment plans to help with the cost.

How do the payment plans work?

Our mission is to help more women start + build companies. And we know that's hard when your cash flow is tied up. That's why we have a no-interest, no-fee payment plan.

Payments start at $200 per month.

Why are some services less expensive?

In California, there is a two step process to register a company. We've noticed that most online services only include step one. Then, you're hit with fines for missing step two.

Our package includes both steps in the process.