What Are Your Options For Your Commercial Leases During COVID-19?

The economic fallout from COVID-19 has many people worried about how they’re going to keep their business’s lights on. While the federal and state governments have attempted a patchwork of relief programs to help consumers stay afloat, entrepreneurs are still looking for every way possible to cut costs. One focus for business owners has been their commercial leases. To that end, this blog will outline some general Read More

Bryant Presents Webinar for SCORE: “Navigating Commercial Leases during the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Last week our very own Sam Bryant presented a webinar on navigating commercial leases during the coronavirus pandemic for SCORE. Click the link below to watch the webinar in case you missed it! Read More

Should You Structure Your Florida Business as an LLC or S Corp?

Many entrepreneurs are advised to file articles of incorporation as an S corporation in Florida. A major selling point, they are told, is that it receives pass-through taxation but still enjoys many of the benefits of corporations. There are many factors that go into determining the optimal business structure for Florida companies, but it is worth comparing and contrasting S corps and limited liability companies Read More

Webinar Registration: Understanding Lease and Rent Agreements during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Not sure how you’re going to pay your business’s rent next month? Our webinar on 4/28 might prove useful for you. Sign up here: https://zcu.io/DUkF Read More

Business Contracts in the Time of Coronavirus

As everyone’s lives are upended due to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping every corner of the world, business as usual seems almost impossible. For example, what about that seemingly rock-solid business contract you signed last fall? Performing as specified under it seems almost impossible now. So, what are business owners and managers like you supposed to do? To provide a bit of guidance in these uncertain times, we Read More

Bryant Taylor Law’s Samuel Bryant Receives Client Appreciation Award

Our very own Samuel Bryant recently received SCORE Broward's Client Appreciation Award. SCORE is a non-profit organization that provides mentorship to small business owners. Sam is a certified mentor with the organization. This award was given to Sam as a result of having a 100% satisfaction rating from the clients he mentored through the organization. ### Read More

Bryant Taylor Law Attorneys Selected as 2020 Super Lawyers!

Bryant Taylor Law is pleased to announce the selections of our attorneys Samuel Bryant and Tabitha Taylor as Super Lawyers Rising Stars for 2020! Only 2.5% of the lawyers in the state receive this distinction. Tabitha was rated as a Super Lawyer in the area of business litigation and Sam in the area of business/corporate.    Tabitha was also selected as a 2019 Super Lawyers Rising Star.    ### Read More

Do I Need a Buy-Sell Agreement for My Business?

Do I really need a buy-sell agreement for my business? We get asked this all the time. Technically, no, you do not need a buy-sell agreement to operate your business; but you should certainly consider it. Without a thorough buy-sell agreement, your business is at risk. What is a Buy-Sell Agreement? A buy-sell agreement is a legal document between the company and its owners that specifies how a significant Read More

How to Start a Corporation in Florida?

To get a business idea off the ground in Fort Lauderdale, you must follow the designated steps for forming a company or corporation. There are some distinct advantages to incorporating – such as liability protection - but what is the process for conducting business as a corporation? The following are the steps you need to take to start a corporation in Florida. 1. Select the name of your Read More

What Does it Mean to Have A LLC Taxed as a S-Corp?

Imagine this: You are a first-time business owner and have the idea to start your company as an LLC. You go to your accountant for tax advice and you are told that your LLC needs to be a S-Corp. Your accountant explains the details, but the only thing that matters is that you are told this set up saves you money. An LLC and a S-Corp are two different types of business entities, each with its own set of rules. An Read More