LLC Formation

The first step to build your business is to form a legal entity. If you’re not sure which structure you need to protect yourself and enter into contracts, then we recommend a Limited Liability Company (LLC).

This entity is flexible, provides asset protection for its owners, allows anonymity, is a sufficient structure for most business needs up to $100 million in value, and is often required by vendors before opening trade accounts.

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Employment/Hiring

When hiring an employee, it is critical that you have an understanding of your expectations for the person. If you misclassify a candidate or fail to agree on incentive goals, you could have a significant labor lawsuit risk. We provide a series of individual documents which can be purchased one at a time or in a discounted package.

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Non-Disclosure Agreements

A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) protects you from a vendor, associate or client from sharing your confidential information, trade secrets, and customer lists. A NDA allows you to have recourse against an individual and the ability to sue for damages.

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Non-Compete Agreement

Do you have a valuable employee that you are worried about competing against you in the future? This is a simple document ensures your employees cannot use the investment from the employer and directly compete in your own market.

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Customer Agreements

When was the last time you reviewed your customer agreements? Have your products and services changed over time? These agreements are often the first and only legal document your clients will see. Having a clear agreement that addresses the common payment issues, service or warranty offers, and other major terms will save you money.

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Vendor Contracts

Are you reviewing your vendor agreements? Do you know what to look for?

Common vendors include your material supplier, equipment providers, transportation companies, packaging factories, or third party logistics (3PL) or drop ship partners.

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Real Estate Leasing or Purchase

If your business requires an office, our firm can save you money, whether you lease or buy.

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Finance Document Review

If your business is looking to expand via taking on financing, it is imperative that you understand your rights and obligations with those funds. Many investors or lenders will loan money and then force arbitrary and massive penalties on borrowers who do not comply with the loan terms. Hire a law firm to review your documents to protect your rights and ensure a fair deal for your business.

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