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AdobeStock_558703638-300x169When it comes to forming a new startup, a California limited liability company (LLC) offers a number of advantages. As the name suggests, an LLC protects the personal assets of individual members from business creditors. And since the LLC is a “pass through” entity, any profits are taxed on the returns of individual members.

But while this arrangement may be ideal for founder-run startups with just a few equity holders, once the business seeks financing from venture capital or other investors, it is often necessary to convert to a corporation. More precisely, a California LLC may need to convert to a Delaware Corporation. The California corporations attorneys at Structure Law Group can advise you on the benefits and drawbacks of making this move. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.

When Is a Conversion Necessary?