Limited Liability Companies – LLC

“Limited Liability Companies” (or “LLCs”) differ from “Corporations” in that a “corporate shareholder” is subject to judgment creditors (who can take control of the corporation) while a “LLC member” would not be subjected to such. This means that, if one member of an LLC is sued, the judgment against him will not affect the other LLC members.

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