Once your business is formed, and your have your articles of incorporation completed, you must have bylaws in place. Many companies fall short of the corporate bylaws requirement because the content fails to show how officers are elected, instructions for calling meetings and how dispute resolution is conducted. Such failure sets the tone for internal conflicts when certain events occur.
Colorado corporation laws allow your company to adopt bylaws. Therefore, when internal conflicts arise, you will have a formal document that lays out how to handle them. Although not filed with the Secretary of State (SOS), you are sill required to preserve bylaws at the corporate office.
Corporate bylaws cannot conflict with Colorado business laws or cannot go gainst the articles of incorporation.
At Watson & Associates LLC, located in the Denver metropolitan area, our business lawyers help clients to draft corporate bylaws properly and update them as needed. Also, Colorado law permits each corporation to adopt bylaws, the governing rules for managing and regulating the affairs of the company. Our attorneys also provide legal advice and guidance with limited partnerships and LLC formation.
Colorado Articles of Incorporation
Your corporation is only formally set up when your articles of incorporation are filed with the Colorado SOS. Forming a new business can create new questions. The Denver business and corporate lawyers at Watson & Associates will make sure that your articles of incorporation are properly filled out and submitted.
Articles of incorporation show at a minimum include the corporation name and address, the class and number of shares authorized by the company, and the name and address of all incorporators and named registered agency.
Statewide Colorado Business Services
Watson & Associates’ corporate and business attorneys draft bylaws and articles of incorporation, business litigation and offer dispute resolution and legal advice to small businesses throughout the state. Our small business and company law services include Aurora, Aspen, Broomfield, Bennett, Commerce City, Denver County, Englewood, Franktown, Golden, Lakewood, Thornton, Boulder County, Colorado Springs, Arapahoe County, Broomfield County, Jefferson County and Adams County. Contact an experienced Colorado business attorney for immediate help. Call 1-866-601-5518 for a FREE initial consultation.
Call Our Denver Corporate Lawyers
For immediate help drafting or reviewing your corporate bylaws or developing your Colorado articles of incorporation, call Watson & Associates’ business lawyers in Denver, CO at 720-941-7200.