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June 2022
Greetings!

In this month's e-newsletter, we discuss Protecting Your Personal Assets Through An LLC.

As always, thank you for your support of our firm. If you know anyone who could use the information in this newsletter, feel free to forward it on to them. If you have any questions about this month's topic, please contact us today.
 
Have a wonderful day,
Ean P. Hamilton Esq.
Philip E. Hamilton Esq.
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Protecting Your Personal Assets Through An LLC

When you form a company, you should meet with a business law attorney to discuss your different choices for entities. The purpose of doing so is to ensure your personal assets remain separate from your business assets. For example, imagine that someone opens a bookstore without forming a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC). (This is not your only choice for an entity, but we will be focusing on LLCs because of how common they are and how applicable they can be for small business owners.)

If the bookstore is forced to close while the owner still has unpaid debts, their personal assets could be at risk. Although an LLC's protection is not absolute, it can prevent a business owner from losing their personal assets because of a debt or judgment connected to their business...
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OutFront Kalamazoo

OutFront Kalamazoo focuses on co-creating a community that is safe, strong, and stands together to confront injustice and inequality. This Pride Month, do your part in learning about Kalamazoo Pride and how you can be a catalyst for change in our community.
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Ean P. Hamilton Esq.
& Philip E. Hamilton Esq.
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– Aristotle 
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