Get Your Company Started The Right Way

Efficiently, with expert counsel.

Start Your Company the Right Way.

Form a Delaware C-Corp (most common for venture backed startups) with confidence that your filings are properly prepared by top-notch lawyers. Many founders overlook proper business structuring only to then run into issues with co-founders and investors. We follow a tried-and-true Silicon Valley start-up structuring methodology and counsel our clients on how to govern their companies properly. We take pride in helping entrepreneurs hit the ground running. Your focus should be on building your business and closing deals with confidence while we lay the foundation.

Faster Fundraising on Better Terms.

Raise or invest capital the smart way. Twin Peaks streamlines deal structuring with click-to-approve plain language terms that roll up into precision drafted contracts you can sign on your cell phone. Do not like to negotiate? That's what our attorneys are here for.  

Onboard Employees & Contractors with Proper Protections.

Twin Peaks delivers a comprehensive hiring kit to onboard employees, consultants, and advisors. We stand by as your partner for any negotiations and offer complete flexibility in modifying compensation packages.

Launch Package

Form your Delaware C-Corp in record time with the proper structure to allocate ownership among co-founders, conduct corporate governance, and raise investment from early backers and venture capital assisted by expert legal counsel.

Why Twin Peaks?

  • Complete Proven VC Ready Fundraising Package
  • Easily Integrate Co-founders
  • Expert Drafted Forms
  • 48 Hour Processing

Form & Structure 


A Complete Delaware C-Corporation Company Formation Package
  • Split Employee Equity with Proper Vesting Rights
  • Issue Board of Director Consents for Governance Decisions 
  • Comprehensive Bylaws
  • Registered Agent Included
  • Founder Restricted Stock Agreements with Customizable Vesting
  • Fundraising Contracts (SAFE, Convertible Note)
  • Stock Issuance Notices
  • 83(b) Election Preparation
  • Founder IP Assignment
  • Foreign Qualification (NY or CA) - optional, fee not included.
  • Stock Optional Plan
  • Action of Incorporator
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After forming a company, these are three of the most common next legal steps companies need to take.


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Why do you only offer Delaware C-Corporation formation?

Delaware C-Corporations are the most common entity type for high growth companies as they provide flexibility in ownership allocation via stock classes, the ability to issue vesting rights to employees and facilitates easy fundraising from venture capitalists, while operating in a business-friendly state.

What third party fees are associated with forming my company?

$159 for the expedited corporate filing and $125/yr for the registered agent service. Please note that we do not profit from any of these third-party services.

How should I structure my equity?

The allocation of equity is a key decision for founders. This typically involves balancing equity for co-founders, employees, consultants, accelerators, etc. Assuming the customary 10,000,000 authorized shares (which can be modified at a later date, if need be), the equity is often split in the following manner:

- 8,000,000 shares distributed among founders
- 1,000,000 shares allocated for a stock plan dedicated to employees and consultants
- 1,000,000 shares set aside in anticipation of accelerators or additional co-founders

Furthermore, equity should be issued subject to vesting rights (conditions upon which the equity is granted). We offer the ability to customize these rights if desired, or otherwise use the common VC-backed startup structure.

Please get in touch if you have further questions.

Which type of fundraising agreement should I use?

Convertible notes and SAFE (Simple Agreement for Future Equity) are the two most common instruments used for early-stage investing in high-growth companies, whereas Share Purchase Agreements become the norm at Series A and beyond when the valuation of the company is more clear. Convertible notes are effectively loans that can be converted into equity, typically at the next fundraising round. Similarly SAFE agreements also convert into equity, but do not accumulate interest overtime as convertible notes do.

For founders, the convertible notes can provide a growth target for the company to achieve whereby the loan can be paid back without having to issue any ownership interest to the lender. In contrast, SAFEs provide an easy way to raise capital at an early stage when revenue targets are harder to predict, and avoid ceding too much equity by accumulating interest over time.

What is a fundraising term sheet?

A fundraising term sheet is a non-binding document outlining the basic terms and conditions under which an investment will be made. Utilizing term-sheets greatly simplifies the negotiation by keeping the talks in plain language terms that entrepreneurs can understand.

Employees v. Contractors

The decision of whether to onboard talent as an employee or startup should be based on federal and state law.

At a high level, this analysis is largely based on the extent to which the company controls the person, how core the service is to the business, and the nature of the financial relationship.

Please reference the Department of Labor and Internal Revenue Service Guidance for the factors that distinguish an employee from a contractor. In addition, please reference the state law in which you intend to hire your future employee or contractor.  

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