In many states, professionals who want to incorporate their practices must create a professional corporation. In most of the states, lawyers who want to incorporate their practice can do so only through a “professional corporations” or “professional service corporations.” In some other states, lawyers have a choice of incorporating as either a professional corporation or a regular corporation. Professional corporations provide a limit on the owners’ personal liability for debts and claims. Moreover, a professional corporation for law practice can protect against liability for the negligence or malpractice of an associate.
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