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State-Specific Small Business Legal Forms

Successfully operating a small business takes time and effort, but mostly it takes a passion to motivate you during those 80+ hour workweeks. That passion and investment can pay off. However, as you're spending the time building your small business -- hopefully into a 20 hour a week enterprise -- budgets can be tight. It's not always easy to hire professionals to help you with your business needs. Instead, most of the time small business owners have to operate with a do-it-yourself mentality.

Because we know that your time and resources are precious, FindLaw has organized a wide range of state specific small business legal forms for your use (provided for a cost by U.S. Legal Forms, Inc.). Whatever your needs, this article has resources designed to help you help yourself.

State Specific Small Business Legal Forms: Database

Often times, small business owners end up having to deal with legal problems after they arise. Whether it be an employee termination issue or an immediate need to install an accessible walkway compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act, there are always fires that need to be put out.

The chart below contains links for forms that relate to some of the more common issues that small business owners have to deal with on an everyday basis, from incorporation to dissolution.

Bankruptcy
Buy/Sell Agreements
Commercial Leases
Construction
Corporations
Employment
LLC
Miscellaneous
Power of Attorney
Technology

Additional Resources

For more information and resources on starting and operating a small business, see the FindLaw links below.

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