It is not necessary to advertise for your business while asking for advice. The Mod will edit and return your post soon.Located in NJ. I'm interested in starting an LLC under my brand XXXXXXX. I want to sell clothing/accessories and also start a food delivery service called(G's kitchen of XXXXXX). Do I need to have 2 separate LLCs?
The link provided earlier offers direction on how to find the best professional for your needs and where to locate these professionals.The other information is goodNote that LLC and Corporation names aren't necessarily brands. There's no protection for LLC/Corporation names other than they have to be unique within the state (unlike person's names). Brands are trademarks (or servicemarks). For example, some of the biggest brands are not the entity name. Subway is a trademark for a restaurant franchise operation that is legally Doctor's Associates.
So while a DBA allows you legally to use a different name than the actual person, LLC, or Corporation doing the business, you may also wish to look into Trademark protection to keep others from marketing things under the same or substantially similar names.
As TM points out, running businesses often require real legal assistance. While creating an LLC (or even corporation) is easy, running one and disposing of it later can be involved.
No. But you will have to make sure you open your LLC properly and make sure you create an operating agreement that protects YOUR investment.Located in NJ. I'm interested in starting an LLC under my brand XXXXXX. I want to sell clothing/accessories and also start a food delivery service called(G's kitchen of . XXXXXXXs). Do I need to have 2 separate LLCs?
When you contribute here for a long enough time and become a “senior member” of the forum, you will be given the opportunity to add your own avatar. Until then, you remain a brownish-yellow square.BTW, how can I post a photo where my B is