• Zen Legal is a Boutique Law Firm for Select Clientele Focused Exclusively on:

  • Corporate Formation / Corporate Finance

  • Estate Planning / Asset Protection

  • Crypto Asset Protection

Business Advisory and Legal Services

We offer a comprehensive suite of business advisory services that can help your business stay ahead of the competition. From professional business formation and set up to simple solutions, we can help you navigate the ever-changing landscape of business.

Simple Scalable Solutions

Zen Legal offers its clients simple and scalable solutions that have been proven to work time and time again. Zen Legal has a team of experienced consultants who are familiar with a variety of businesses, so they can offer advice and guidance that is tailored to each individual client.

How to Work with Us

We offer simple, scalable solutions that can help your business overcome any challenges it may be facing. Whether you're starting a new business or trying to improve an existing one, we can provide the guidance and support you need to succeed. We're experienced in a wide range of industries, so we can tailor our services to meet your specific needs.

Business Formation - LLC, S-Corp, C-Corp


  • LLC: For over 80% of small businesses, the right choice of business structure is a simple one: the LLC.

  • S Corp: Seeing your small business start to succeed and grow into a well-established company is a dream come true for entrepreneurs. But as your company grows, your tax rate tends to grow too. Growing companies face a variety of complexities during tax season, and that’s why when your company starts growing, you may want to consider forming an S Corporation, otherwise known an S Corp. The S Corp is a business entity that offers significant tax advantages while still preserving your ownership flexibility.

  • C Corp: A C Corporation is one of several ways to legally recognize a business for tax, regulatory and official reasons. A C Corp is simply a way to structure ownership of a business, and contrasts with other popular business structures including Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), S Corporations, Sole Proprietorships and others. Generally, a C Corporation structure is better for larger businesses. This is particularly true if they intend to publicly trade shares, through having an Initial Public Offering, or IPO. A C Corporation is much more attractive to potential investors, including venture capitalists and shareholders because it allows wider ownership of the corporation.

Non-Profit Formation


Many companies who incorporate are actually charities that do not intend to make a profit, but rather donate all profits to another organization. In this case, a charity would want to incorporate as a nonprofit and, ultimately, apply for tax exempt status. By having tax exempt status, your donations can be recorded by donors as not taxable by both the federal and state government. This is a great incentive to be able to offer your constituents.



We can help you legally protect your business name, business logo, product name(s), product design, hashtag, or even a slogan at an affordable cost with no hidden fees. We handle the entire federal trademark process from the initial trademark search to the application process, to office actions, and more.

Foreign Entity Registration


Your business is expanding beyond your local region. Or perhaps you are an Internet business with fulfillment centers in multiple locations. This may mean you are doing business in a “foreign” state. What do you do? We have the answers to all your questions regarding what constitutes doing business in another state and how to get the proper paperwork done to be legitimate.Many confuse foreign qualification with the idea of operating outside the United States. This really has to do with how you perform within the borders of the United States. “Foreign,” in this case, refers to the fact that each state has operating rules that are different from one another; and, in turn, must insist on proper registration to do business in that locale.Therefore, it is important that when your company is located in or operates within a state other than the place of original incorporation, you are given the proper rights to conduct business there.

Article Amendments


When you first filed to become a legal business entity, part of the process included creating Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization. The information that you submitted contained the name of the business, which business structure best suited your needs (such as an LLC, S Corporation, C Corporation or a Nonprofit Corporation), the appointed registered agent's name and contact information, the effective date in which you started the business and the names of the current partners or shareholders.As time passes and businesses evolve, you may find that you are in a situation where your business name no longer fits the services you provide or perhaps the leadership team of your company is undergoing changes. Any major event that alters the information on your Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization needs to be reported to your secretary of state by filing an Articles of Amendment form.

Operating Agreement


Every business owner knows that there are a lot of moving parts to running a successful operation. From managing inventory and employee schedules to keeping up with customer demand, there's always something to be done. But one of the most important things for any business owner is to have a clear operating agreement in place. This document outlines the roles and responsibilities of each business owner, as well as how profits and losses will be shared. Having an operating agreement in place can help avoid many potential problems down the road.

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Domestic & Offshore



While a trust domiciled outside of the US is the strongest asset protection tool one can adopt, domestic asset protection trusts can still provide adequate asset protection. Whether it be a Domestic Security Trusts (DST), Master Protection Trusts (MPT), and Domestic Asset Protection Trusts (DAPT), Zen Legal has got you covered.



Simply put, an Offshore Asset Protection Trust is an irrevocable trust domiciled in a jurisdiction outside of the United States. The OAPT is the strongest asset protection tool available and is often used in conjunction with a Family Limited Partnership (FLP), Limited Liability Company (LLC), or Corporation to provide even stronger protection, flexibility, and control.