Tyson Law
Seattle Business Lawyer

Business Formation Flat Fees

We offer flat fees for forming various business entities, including LLCs, corporations, partnerships, and others. We serve small businesses in Seattle and across Washington State.

Flat Fees: Business

Below are a few of the flat fees we commonly use for business formation projects. While these are the most popular options, they are by no means the only ones we offer, and so don’t hesitate to contact us about flat fees for other business formation or governance projects.

 

Single-Member LLC

$500+

Our flat fee for forming a single-member LLC starts at $500.* We first meet with you to discuss your business and gather information. Once we have the information we need, we form your single-member LLC by filing Articles of Formation with the state. Then we prepare the LLC’s governing documents, including the LLC Operating Agreement.

 

*The fee you’re quoted may be higher depending on the complexity of the project. The flat fee doesn’t include government filing fees, which must be paid by the client.


Multi-Member LLC

$1,000+

Our flat fee for forming a multi-member LLC starts at $1,000.* We first meet with you to discuss your business and gather information. Once we have the information we need, we form your multi-member LLC by filing Articles of Formation with the state. Then we prepare the LLC’s governing documents, including the Operating Agreement.

 

*The fee you’re quoted may be higher depending on the complexity of the project. The flat fee doesn’t include government filing fees, which must be paid by the client.


Corporation

$1,250+

Our flat fee for forming a corporation starts at $1,250.* We first meet with you to discuss your business and gather information. Once we have the information we need, we form your corporation by filing Articles of Incorporation with the state. Then we prepare the corporation’s governing documents, including the corporate bylaws.

 

*The fee you’re quoted may be higher depending on the complexity of the project. The flat fee doesn’t include government filing fees, which must be paid by the client.