About LLCs

The LLC is the most popular type of Delaware business formation. In these blogs, we examine all aspects of LLCs, including LLC Operating Agreements.

Delaware LLC Agreements – Get it in Writing! By Brett Melson Thursday, February 4, 2010 Members of a Delaware LLC must put an LLC Operating Agreement in writing, per DE law. This ensures the fairness & validity of the Operating Agreement... Read More
LLCs Now Account For 67% of All New Entities Formed By Paul Sponaugle Wednesday, December 16, 2009 Nowadays, the clear cut choice of business entities in the United States and in Delaware is the Limited Liability Company, or LLC... Read More
Limited Liability Company vs Limited Partnership By Brett Melson Tuesday, December 15, 2009 The benefits and drawbacks of forming and operating a business as a limited liability company (LLC) as opposed to a limited partnership (LP).. Read More
Are You Starting a Family Business? By Carleigh Lowe Thursday, November 19, 2009 Are you starting a family business? Harvard Business Services, Inc. can help, and explain why you should incorporate your family business in Delaware... Read More
How Thin Is Your Corporate Veil? By Paul Sponaugle Tuesday, September 15, 2009 Whether forming a corporation or an LLC, most entrepreneurs look for a way to separate themselves from the debts and liabilities of their businesses... Read More
The Structure of the Limited Liability Company By Rick Bell Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Every LLC can be customized, from its structure to its Operating Agreement. That’s part of why LLCs are so flexible and so easy. | Form an LLC today... Read More
The Start of the LLC By Rick Bell Thursday, March 5, 2009 Delaware LLCs account for more than half of all new companies formed in the United States. Here's why, from the Delaware incorporation experts... Read More