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By: Cornerpoint Law  03/09/2016
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Separating key assets from business activities is one method of risk management, and Cornerpoint can advise which business structure helps best manage your risks. The law treats some forms of businesses — namely corporations and LLCs — as separate entities, meaning the debts, obligations, and liabilities of the business are the business’s alone.1 However, it is important to remember that while some business structures can protect you, as an individual, from your business’s torts and contractual obligations, they do not shield you from liability for your own torts, or from personal contractual responsibilities, even if within the scope of your business. Comprehensive state statutes set forth the conditions and requirements for business formation and continuity. In 2015, both the Washington and Idaho legislatures made numerous changes to the rules for forming and maintaining business entities. Whether you are starting a new business, wanting to change the structure of your business, or need help complying with continuing requirements, we can draft, file, and monitor the necessary legal documentation.

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