Professional Limited Liability Company Formation For Texas Professionals

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Professional Limited Liability Companies (PLLCs) are a great business tool to protect professionals in a group practice setting from liability. A PLLC functions much the same as an LLC with a couple of extra key benefits, including the restriction of use to the specific professions provided by statute— PLLCs are strictly reserved for certain practices and professions in Texas.

Texas Business Formation Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert assists professionals in Texas with PLLC formation, management, and acquisition.

Frequently Asked Questions About Texas PLLC Formation

What is a PLLC?

A Professional Limited Liability Company is a form of the Texas LLC that provides additional benefits to those business owners who perform professional services such as healthcare, dentistry, legal, and architecture services.

Who Can Form a PLLC?

Anyone licensed by the State of Texas to perform their service may form a Professional Limited Liability Company. Anyone who is not licensed to perform that service may NOT be a Member of the PLLC.

What is a PLLC? Professional Limited Liability Companies are a unique feature in Texas available to State-Licensed professionals, but what makes them attractive?

What Does It Cost to Form a PLLC?

The Law Office of Nathaniel Gilbert, PLLC is San Antonio forms PLLCs on a flat fee basis starting at $900, not including the Texas State Filing Fee of $300. When you choose a flat fee service, you will never receive a surprise bill or wonder about how much a phone call with your attorney will cost you.

Why Should I Form a PLLC?

PLLCs in Texas provide protection to Members from malpractice suits filed against another Member of the PLLC.

How Do I Form a PLLC?

Forming a PLLC is much the same as forming an LLC, with some additional required language in your Operating Agreement AND your Certificate of Formation that is filed with the Texas Secretary of State.

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