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Corporate Formation & Operation Titles


Business Partnerships 2018 Edition
In this all-new title, you’ll find detailed analysis of partnerships, including the most recent information and a wealth of practical tips on formation of general and limited partnerships, partnership agreements, statutory dissociation and winding up, limited liability partnerships, and family limited partnerships. Plus, you’ll get a discussion of the Uniform Limited Partnership Act (2001), which governs all limited partnerships in Illinois effective January 1, 2008; a discussion of the Uniform Partnership Act (1997), which governs all general partnerships in Illinois effective January 1, 2008; an analysis of cases in which the IRS has attacked family limited partnerships; extensive sample partnership agreements; and other valuable forms for use in your practice.

Limited Liability Companies 2018 Edition
This handbook presents attorneys with valuable information on how to advise clients when structuring and working with limited liability companies. It includes a comprehensive background on LLCs and why they are effective; extensive instruction on how to file Form LLC-5.5, Articles of Organization; considerations for tax and insolvency issues for LLCs; and discussion on series LLCs. Sample forms include operating agreements for member-managed and single member LLCs, a pre-organization agreement, and a separate series agreement. The handbook also contains charts comparing forms of business operation and checklists for LLC organization, provisions for operating agreements, client issues in drafting LLC documents, and operating agreement fiduciary duty modification options.

S Corporations 2018 Edition
This handbook assists attorneys with issues that arise when forming and utilizing an S corporation. Chapter topics include electing S corporation status, operating and terminating an S corporation, special situations and planning techniques for the S corporation, and passive loss rules as applicable to an S corporation and its shareholders. Discussions comparing S corporations to limited liability companies and C corporations are provided to assist attorneys when deciding which entity works best for their clients. The handbook also includes forms for a qualified subchapter S trust election, electing small business trust election, shareholders’ consent to S election, and revocation of S election.

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