How to Convert Your Company in Florida
The company conversion process differs by state, the type of company being converted, and the type of structure it will become.
Generally, however, the process requires three basic documents:
- A Plan of Conversion: a set of terms and conditions, rights and responsibilities, and other organizational information (usually includes a statement of continuing existence and a statement of conversion approval)
- Articles of Incorporation: business formation documentation, dependent on the type of entity your company will become
- A Certificate of Conversion: a document that puts the conversion into effect (typically includes tax information, details of the conversion process, and plan approval statement); also called the Articles of Statement of Conversion
The company conversion process begins with a basic set of forms, but you will need the support of our team at SIMPLYLEGAL to ensure you include all necessary documentation.
Let Us Help You Accomplish Your Business Goals
You may be considering an entity conversion for a wide variety of reasons. Tax considerations, public shares and investment, business formality requirements, and decision-making flexibility are just a handful of the factors that may lead you to change your business structure. At SIMPLYLEGAL, we won’t just guide you through this process—we can assess your situation and ensure the conversion process puts you in the best possible position to accomplish your long-term goals.
Learn more from our company conversion attorneys by calling (305) 930-8470 today. We can begin with an initial case evaluation. Serving clients in Miami-Dade, Broward, and other areas throughout South Florida.