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I am a practicing physician with a PLLC in Texas. I have been

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I am a practicing physician with a PLLC in Texas. I have been paying myself a salary of $5,000 per month. I am investing in some free standing ERs in Texas and will need another entity to buy into these business operations. I'm wondering if I should convert my PLLC to an LLC or just open up an LLC solely for distribution/profit income on the facilities. What would be the most ideal setup for limiting liability (malpractice, bankruptcy) and maximizing my income?
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 5 months ago.
I also live in Texas. My recommendation would be to create a separate LLC for each entity that you are investing in. This would keep them all as separate assets not subject to a lawsuit on any one entity. For example, you do not want a lawsuit on your practice to impute onto these other assets.
Expert:  Asad Rahman replied 5 months ago.
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