The Startup Packages We offer several transparent, flat-fee startup packages to help founders and entrepreneurs hit the ground running. Having a startup attorney properly handle your startup incorporation, relevant founder agreements, business contracts, and IP today, could prevent costly litigation in the future. C-Corp Startup Package Best for entrepreneurs looking to raise capital and obtain outside financing. Silver Package Base Package $ 2,600* Filing of Certificate of Incorporation* Preparing By-Laws Employer Identification Number (EIN) Initial Board Resolutions Founder Restricted Stock Purchase Agreement (vesting, right of first refusal, lock-up period) Confidential Information & IP Assignment Agreement Corporate Minute Book with stock certificates (valued at $100) Learn More Popular S-Corp Startup Package Best for entrepreneurs looking to establish closely held businesses who plan to have multiple employees. Silver Package Base Package $ 2,500* Filing of Certificate of Incorporation* Preparing By-Laws Employer Identification Number (EIN) Initial Board Resolutions Shareholders' Agreement One NDA Corporate Minute Book with stock certificates (valued at $100) Filing a Form 2553 (S-Corp Designation) w/ IRS Learn More popular LLC Startup Package Best for entrepreneurs looking for more flexibility in management and structure. Silver Package Base Package $ 1,500* Filing Certificate of Formation* Custom Operating Agreement One NDA Work Made for Hire Agreement Employer Identification Number (EIN) Learn More popular *All Flat Fee Startup Packages are subject to standard government fees including, but not limited to state filing fees and USPTO fees. Some items that are not included in the flat fee startup services above, but might be relevant, include: Certificate of Authority A Certificate of Authority is used to register your business in other states where you operate. Each state has their own definition of what “operation” means. Registered Agent A Registered Agent service is required to establish a “presence” in a state where you may not be physically located. This is typical for businesses that incorporate in Delaware but operate somewhere else. Other Contracts Such as Business Contracts, Technology Contracts, or Third-party agreements. Other IP Such as Copyrights and patents. Industry Specific Website Agreements These other website agreements include financial disclosures, COPPA, etc.. Applicable Business Licenses State, local, or federal business licenses such as Home Improvement Contractor licenses, Dispensary and Distribution Licenses, etc.. What Are The Benefits Of Flat Fee Startup Services? Our flat fee startup services have two main benefits: First, they are transparent. We do not want to be a financial burden for our clients. We recognize that cash is tight in the early stages, so you should know what your legal costs are from the beginning. Second, our startup services serve as a legal roadmap. Many startup founders do not have a legal background. Without this training or experience, founders are not aware of what legal documents are needed to properly establish their entity and business. We have designed our flat fee packages to serve as a legal roadmap, that scale with your startup. This transparency will help you budget for your current and future needs. Looking for something with more or less? We now offer a Flat Fee Startup Calculator so you can build a custom startup package based on your needs.