Governing Document


Governing Documents are an important part of every company. They're especially important in companies with more than one owner.



A governing document is a legal document that outlines the rights and responsibilities of the owners and the company as a whole. LLCs have Operating Agreements. Corporations have bylaws. In North Carolina, Nonprofits have bylaws.

These documents should contain provisions on how the company is to be run, how management is structure, how ownership is obtained and transferred, what to do in case of disputes, and all other important considerations for running your company. It is important to consider the worst case scenarios and prepare for those with these documents. Since this is a private document, you can (and should) include all pressing details regarding the company.

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LLC Operating Agreement, Advanced LLC Operating Agreement, Corporation Bylaws, Advanced Corporation Bylaws, Nonprofit Bylaws, Advanced Nonprofit Bylaws, Partnership Agreement, Advanced Partnership Agreement, Joint Venture Agreement