The Start-Up Package for LLCs
All materials included in this package have been drafted and reviewed by an attorney and are based upon general U.S. contract principles.
Every template is created with easy-to-use, highlighted and fillable sections with guided comments intended for a wide variety of businesses.
New Business Start-Up Checklist
To be used when forming your limited liability company, and as a tool for the next steps in growing your business.
Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement
To be used any time that confidential information regarding your business will be disclosed to potential investors, creditors, customers, or vendors.
Single-Member LLC Operating Agreement (or Owner’s Agreement)
An Operating Agreement is a document that governs the internal operations of your limited liability company. It outlines the equity and management structure, limitation on liability, books and records, and the process for dissolution of your business. The Operating Agreement provided in this package suggests common provisions, but you are free to revise as necessary to suit your business needs.
To be used any time your business hires an employee. The Employment Agreement is designed to outline the scope of work, salary, fringe benefits and more, while also providing protection for both parties.
Independent Contractor Agreement (or 1099 Agreement)
To be used any time your business enters into an agreement with an independent contractor to perform services. The Independent Contractor Agreement is designed to outline the scope of work, compensation, deadlines, worker classification and more, while also providing protection for both parties.
All materials and templates included in this package have been drafted and reviewed by an attorney and are based upon general U.S. contract principles (and are not state-specific). By purchasing The Start-Up Package for LLCs, you are not given access to our attorneys and these templates should not be construed as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed by purchasing or viewing this package and the included contract templates. An attorney-client relationship is only formed when you have hired Marti Law Group to assist you with your legal matter, and an engagement letter has been fully executed by the parties.
Please note that you are able to modify the templates in this package to adhere to your respective business practices and local state laws. If you have a specific problem and need legal advice, contact a licensed attorney in your state.