In many situations, small business owners do not need a lawyer to help them create a business entity itself. But information and possibly legal counsel and tax advice (by a qualified certified public accountant) is needed to determine the proper entity to form, and prepare all of the necessary documents for your business entity.
Not to mention to keep up with the growth of your entity and changes in the law.
Making sure that you have your governing documents in place, and that you are running your corporation (or limited liability company, partnership, etc.) according to Florida law is vitally important to preserve liability protection and the other advantages of conducting your business through a Florida business entity.