SaveTweetHiring a good business attorney is one of the smartest investments you can make early on. Your attorney will ensure that you get off on the right foot by helping to prepare for possible risks, especially the unforeseen ones.
In addition, your business lawyer can also help you deal with day-to-day business by creating contracts, organizing your business structure, and preparing tax and licensing forms.
Find more details below such as how to choose the right attorney, and how to organize your documents to minimize risk.
Draft Invoices and Contracts to Prevent Legal Problems.
Your business’ invoices and contracts provide important opportunities for you to prevent legal problems, and to tip the balance of any dispute... more
Use plain English..
Your important business papers should be easy for a reader to understand. If your contracts are clear and unambiguous, you’re less likely to get into disputes. And when a dispute... more
Ask For Identification.
You have the right to ask for the identification of the agent-in-charge. Try to get a business card, and ask for the name of the prosecutor on the case. This information... more