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Law Plus Plus
Law Plus Plus To Start 30 Companies in 30 Days
2nd Annual Pro Bono Project to Form 30 Companies
(DURHAM, N.C.) Oct. 7, 2015 – Law Plus Plus, a small business firm based in Durham, N.C., is pleased to announce their goal to form thirty companies in thirty days as a ‘thank you’ to the community during the month of December.
Law Plus Plus is looking for candidates to have their companies formed, pro bono, through the North Carolina Secretary of State. The formation will cost the new company only the cost of the filing fee and 5 hours of community service, and shall include either a LLC, Corporation or Nonprofit formation, guidance on the best entity choice, all necessary tax filings and three months of ongoing legal support.
A good candidate will be a new company looking to start a company in the Triangle. Candidates will also have their companies marketed through Law++’s marketing mechanisms.
Law Plus Plus is providing this service as a ‘thank you’ to the small business community for another great year.
“We’re really thankful to the community for completely embracing our law firm and on top of that, our firm has always been dedicated to finding ways to give back. This is just another great way for us to make the community better for everyone,” Richard Bobholz explained.
About Law Plus Plus
Founded in 2012 as R. W. Bobholz Law, PLLC and based in Durham, North Carolina, Law Plus Plus is a full service business law firm with practice areas in small business, corporate, nonprofit, and business litigation while also offering far more than just legal services. The company is dedicated to making the legal system easier and providing quality legal services while embodying values of trust, efficiency, accountability, and exceptionally personal service. For more information, visit www.lawplusplus.com.
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