Business Lawyer in The Philippines
We do consultation on various aspects of Philippine Law in business registration matters. This may
be done in person or in a form of a written memorandum.
REGISTERING YOUR BUSINESS IN THE PHILIPPINES
If you want to start your business, we suggest you start it right. At JKSRemulla Law Office, we encourage you to be proactive. Do not set up a business without long-term plans. If you want to start right, you have to register your business with the concerned government agencies.
Your business cannot validly operate in the Philippines without the necessary licenses and permits. Failure to register, intentionally or by negligence, may harm and disrupt your business operations as well as your business reputation. Lack of permits and licenses gives you no protection under the law and you may be immediately ordered to close down. Better register your business than face costly sanctions and remedies.
JKSRemulla provides the following services:
We help business owners in setting-up their business by initially registering them with the concerned regulatory body such as the Department of Trade and Industry (for sole proprietorship) or the Securities and Exchange Commission (for partnerships and corporations). We draft, review, file, and process registration and incorporation documents such as Articles of Incorporation and By-laws. We will assist you in determining the requirements, processes, and timeline for the incorporation and the relevant expenses and costs associated to each requirement and process.
After the primary registration of your business with the Department of Trade and Industry or the Securities and Exchange Commission, we may help you in registering your business with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and obtain the necessary Certificate of Registration. We may also assist you in the registration of your business with the local government units having jurisdiction over your business’s principal office and with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), the Social Security System (SSS), the Philippine Health Insurance (PhilHealth), and the Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG).
Doing things right from the start would help you expand your business with less complication and inconvenience, especially in dealing with the concerned government agencies. Business registration may cost some money, time, and effort, but it’s really a small price to pay to avoid costly damages and regret down the road.
Make your business legal and protect your reputation as early as now. Thus, register your business. If you want a detailed information on how you could register your business, you may consult us now.