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Is an LLC appropriate?

You want to invest in real estate but you want to protect your personal assets. Forming a limited liability company (“LLC”) may be one way to do that.

Whether you need an LLC, or some other legal entity to operate your landlord business, is a complex and complicated question. It is not easily answered and there are few absolute guidelines. It is important that anyone in business talk with a counselor about the protection of their investment and their assets.

The Landlord Law Firm can address whether the creation of separate legal entity is suitable and recommended for your situation.