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Corporation Resolution Forms and Corporate Minutes

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Corporation Resolution Form

A corporation resolution form is a legal document that directors of a corporation adopt to document consent and agreement between all relevant parties to a corporate resolution. Items of the corporation resolution form includes the date, time, location of the board of directors’ meeting, details of the decisions and resolutions made, including the names and signatures of those responsible and authorized to act in accordance with the agreement.

Corporation resolution forms are also known as corporate organizational minutes and resolutions. The corporate minutes benefit you in a variety of business and legal matters, such as borrowing money, raising capital, IRS audits, preventing shareholder or director disputes and claims, while ensuring that critical business information gets organized properly and stored with your other company records.

To create your organizational minutes/corporation resolution form, we have two available options:

1. Get our Corporate Kit for $29.95, which includes:

  • Corporate Organizational Minutes and Resolutions
  • Corporate Book and Seal with Slip Case Cover
  • Corporate Bylaws
  • Corporate Ownership Register
  • Banking Resolution
  • Stock Certificates
  • Legal and Business Attorney Advice
  • Preliminary Name Search

For only $29.95, we’ll provide you with a complete corporate kit (company records book and seal); preparing your bylaws (which establish the rules of your corporation), organizational minutes, ownership register, banking resolution, business name search, and stock certificates. Our corporate kit package not only includes the preparation of these complex legal documents, but our attorneys will render free legal, business formation, credit, and tax advice to help you achieve the best outcomes for those aspects of your business. We use a high-quality vinyl binder with a slipcase cover and a custom-made corporate seal to present your corporation as an organized, professional, and reliable entity to do business with to any future lenders, investors, and partners.


2. Get a General Counsel Club membership for $139.95 per year, which includes:

  • Preparation of the notice and Minutes of your corporation’s annual meeting of shareholders or members and directors.
  • Unlimited Legal, Business, Credit, and Tax advice from our attorneys.
  • Availability of Registered Agent Service with Attorney-Client Privilege.
  • Entitlement to an advertisement for up to one year on our client bulletin board on our website.
  • Review of all mandatory state filings.
  • Access to our newsletter, “Entrepreneur’s Alert.”

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If you place your order online, you will be provided with a link to our annual meeting worksheet. We will use the worksheet to prepare the notice and minutes of your annual meeting. The preparation of these documents normally takes two weeks. We will e-mail them to you in a PDF format for you print, sign, and keep with your other company records.

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If you have any questions or need assistance, please call our office at (800) 603-3900 or if you need immediate assistance, fill out the form below.
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Company Resolution Form

The contents in a corporate bylaws document may be of influence to the decisions made in the corporate resolutions form. For this reason, we recommend that entrepreneurs look to an attorney for the preparation of custom bylaws. This way, you can establish the rules of your corporation before any board of director meetings and ensure that all present are on the same page. Corporation resolution forms bind all signatory directors to the responsibility and authority of carrying out the corporate resolution. A chosen secretary of the corporation certifies and signs that the time, date, location, directors, meeting decisions, and resolutions are true and correct.

Please note that corporation resolution forms are important legal documents that may get required in important business matters, such as opening corporate bank accounts or doing business with investment firms. It may also get used when another entity such as a bank requires verification of who the authorized party members are.
If you’re on the fence about any of the legal or business matters discussed here (or any), please call our office for a free attorney consultation at (800) 603-3900.

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My attorney for 30 years. They really do more than just set up corporations. I needed somebody to help me out of a serious legal matter they were able to take on the case for less than 1/2 of what the other attorney was charging me. Become a member of their Club it's like a hundred forty bucks a year and you get all the free legal advice you want. What a cheap insurance policy. I am so glad that I have them on my side.

Leveraged Buyout | Buy a Business No Money Down

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Leveraged Buyout Lawyer

Folks buy houses and even apartment buildings with nothing down all the time, so why not buy a business with nothing down.

A leveraged buyout allows you to buy a business with no down payment.  Just think of the advantages of the leveraged buyout:

  • You receive an existing customer base;
  • You receive steady cash flow;
  • You receive a business with immediate sales;
  • Your staff is hired and in place;
  • Your new business will already have its company policies and procedures established;
  • Your new business may have trademarks, copyrights and other intellectual property;
  • Best of all, the existing assets of the business will be used by you to borrow funds and complete the purchase of the business;
  • Uncle Sam will also lend you a hand because interest payments on the funds borrowed buy the business to complete the purchase of the business will be tax deductible
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9 Offices in 9 American States! Call (800) 603-3900 for a Free Attorney Consultation

At Spiegel & Utrera, P.A., our attorneys can help you with the initial steps of your leveraged buyout.  We have an opportunity called the Leveraged Buyout Collection and this consists of:

  • A long-term loan and debenture purchase agreement to provide working capital;
  • A security agreement to allow greater lender confidence through collateralization of the debtor corporation’s assets;
  • A senior subordinated note indenture for additional financing;
  • An asset purchase agreement for sales of the acquired corporation’s inventory, accounts receivable, intellectual property and other assets;
  • A stock purchase agreement for the purchase of shares of the acquirer.
If you are only beginning to consider the Leveraged Buyout as a business opportunity, your option may very well be to retain an attorney at Spiegel & Utrera, P.A. to help you identify a business which you can purchase using the Leveraged Buyout Collection.  Lawyers at Spiegel & Utrera, P.A. are always willing to assist you. Give us a call at 1-800-603-3900 or place an order online.
Each Corporation or Limited Liability Company is COMPLETE

INCLUDES State Filing Fee, “YES! Includes State Filing Fee”
INCLUDES Corporate or Company Seal and Book
INCLUDES Certificate or Articles of Incorporation or Organization
INCLUDES Company or Corporate Minutes
INCLUDES Corporate By Laws or LLC Regulations
INCLUDES Corporate or LLC Ownership Register
INCLUDES Banking Resolution
INCLUDES Membership or Stock Certificate
INCLUDES Preliminary Name Search
INCLUDES 110% Lowest Price Guarantee !

Yes, even INCLUDES Attorney’s Fee (No Hidden Attorney Fees).

What’s the secret to such great prices?


Other Ways We Can Help
  • Agreement Reviews
  • An Employee Manual
  • An Employee Warning Notice
  • Anonymity
  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Authorization for Release of Information for Employment Screening
  • Avoiding Probate with the use of an Ownership Trust for Corporate Stock
  • Bank letter
  • Business license
  • Capital stock, non-voting stock, preferred stock
  • Certificate of Good Standing
  • Choosing a Name for Your Corporation
  • Corporate Stock Purchase Agreements
  • D & B Number
  • Daily/Weekly Time Record
  • Employee Benefits & Policies
  • Employment Agreement
  • European Union Save Harbor Website Privacy Policy
  • Federal Copyright for Your Website
  • Federal Servicemark
  • Federal Tax ID Number
  • Federal Trademark
  • Fictitious, Assumed or Alternate Business Name
  • Franchise Agreements
  • Franchise Agreements Review
  • Indemnification Agreement
  • Independent Contractor Agreement
  • IRS Section 1244 Corporate Stock
  • Labor Law Notices
  • Lease Reviews
  • Lender’s Agreement and Promissory Note
  • Mail Forwarding
  • Minority Business Certification
  • Notice of Acknowledgement of Pay Rate and Payday
  • Ongoing Legal Assistance
  • Perfecting any Lien Created by the Security Agreement
  • Privacy Policy for Your Website
  • Qualified Sub Chapter S Subsidiary
  • Security Agreement
  • Service Agreements
  • Service Agreements
  • Service Disabled Veteran Small Business Certification
  • Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy
  • Shareholder Divorce Protection
  • Shareholder’s Restrictive Agreement
  • Start-Up Money for Your Business
  • State New Hire Reporting
  • State Sales Tax Number
  • State Servicemark
  • State Trademark
  • State Unemployment Tax Account Number
  • Stock Options
  • System for Award Management (SAM) Number
  • Taxpayer Identification Number for Foreigner
  • Terms and Conditions for Your Website
  • USDOT Number
  • Veteran Owned Small Business Certification
  • Women Owned Business Certification
  • Worker’s Compensation Exemption Registration for Construction
  • Worker’s Compensation Exemption Registration for Non-Construction

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6 Things To Consider When Opening A Business

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What you should know before you start your new business. Here are 6 things to consider when opening a business.


6 Things to consider when opening a business:

Business is not easy.  It takes work to not only start them, but make them thrive.  Below are six things every entrepreneur should consider before diving into a small business.

  1. Know what you’re getting into. Have you taken every step you need to take to learn about your business?  It is important to remember that sometimes your business has to be more than just an idea.
  2. Learn about your business. What are you selling?  Consider what is the good and bad about the product? What kind of mistakes have other businesses made?  What did they do to be successful?
  3. I.S.S. Don’t throw all your money overboard on something just to get attention.  You can always add to your business as it becomes more and more successful.
  4. If you are shy, its time to work on your outgoing skills.  Become more vibrant.
  5. Know the legalities of your business. The laws of opening a business are important.  If you don’t do it correctly, you can face major penalties which will in-turn, set your business back.
  6. It is important to set your business up for success, but you also need to set yourself up for those gut punches that life can hand you. How much money does it cost to run your business?  How long can you or your family survive with what you currently have in the account.  It is not uncommon that people start a business part time and grow it to a full-time business.  This is actually the smart thing to do


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Not Ready? Have More Questions?
If you are a member of Spiegel & Utrera, P.A.’s General Counsel Club and have business related questions, call (800) 734-9900 or for assistance. Remember, as a member of the General Counsel Club, you receive unlimited legal, business, credit and tax advice all year long.