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Corporate Compliance

Ensure Your Company’s Practices Fall within State and Federal Law

Royal Legal Solutions offers services for entities formed under our guidance, such as LLCs, (S)LLCs, and LPs, but can also assist established corporations in refining their existing compliance practices to ensure that you and your assets are not under threat if any of the above assets were overlooked in your previous plan.

What is Corporate Compliance?

Broadly speaking, our corporate compliance services help you keep your company’s practices in line with state and federal law. The main purpose of this service is to help prevent your company from incurring unnecessary fines and avoiding violations of law that could result in costly litigation. In addition to ensuring your company’s practices are on the up-and-up, effective corporate compliance will also help you detect any potential violations that may arise as you are running your business.

What about future Compliance?

We also structure your corporate compliance strategy to allow you to take corrective action for potential future compliance issues. While none of us can predict the future (we’re lawyers, not psychics), we have found that a plan that contains all of the following essential features can provide excellent protection for your business.

How do I get compliant?

The process begins from within, where we help you lay a framework of internal policies that will help you run your business efficiently and legally. Some organizations may need assistance with minor documents, such as Employee Codes of Conduct, while others will need airtight management agreements.

We make the leadership roles of all members clear from the outset. We perform a risk analysis early on that will reveal the potential weak spots in your existing operations, and where possible, anticipate any future risks and guide you in establishing policies that will minimize your risks.

Our experts can ensure your compliance and spare you the penalties of noncompliance. Contact us for a consultation.

Implementing Corporate Compliance Is a Team Effort

Good leadership is crucial, and for those who have formed an entity with Royal Legal Solutions, you are one step ahead: we make the roles of all members clear from the outset. We perform a risk analysis from the outset that will reveal the vulnerabilities in your existing operations, and where possible, anticipate any future risks and guide you in establishing policies that will minimize your risks. The types of risks you will face depend on a variety of factors, from location, to the types of business you conduct, to the sector you’re in and many more. We’re well-versed in the types of risk you’re likely to face and how to manage them, especially in a real estate context.

Continued Corporate Compliance
Requires Consistent Monitoring

Royal Legal Solutions offers services for entities and agreements formed under our guidance, such as LLCs, Series LLCs, and Limited Partnerships. But we can also assist established corporations in refining their existing compliance practices. Wherever you are in your investing journey, we are here to help ensure that you and your assets are not under threat if there are issues with your previous plan.

Our experts can help you repair compliance vulnerabilities, just as we address any potential vulnerabilities with our asset protection plans. When you choose Royal Legal Solutions, you don’t need to worry about whether you’re on the right side of the law. Our experts will make sure of it.

Why Use Royal Legal Solutions
for a Real Estate Investment Asset Protection?

We have experience in setting up the proper asset protection and making it easy for an investor to use. Our system simplifies management structure as much as possible, and we also use common sense to ensure your needs are met. For example, just one tip we give our clients is that you don’t need multiple bank accounts as long as you have accurate accounting records. For taxation, they should stay exactly how they are now while being reported on a Schedule E of your personal return (if you’re an individual/married partners) or a partnership return (if unmarried partners).

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