A Professional Limited Liability Company (PLLC) is organized for the purpose of allowing professionals such as an accountant, architect, doctor, engineer, chiropractor or lawyer to provide public services through an entity. In addition to an accredited license, some states require the formation of a PLLC to operate a professional service and generally insist that two or more professionals in the same field of expertise participate in the company. For example, two chiropractors may form and operate a Professional LLC together but a doctor practicing general medicine and a civil engineer designing roads and bridges would be prohibited from forming a Professional LLC together.
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