Owning your own business gives you flexibility and autonomy in your work. When you’re just getting started, however, you’ll have to navigate a labyrinth of paperwork and legalese as you create buy/sell agreements, figure out how to protect your assets and incorporate your company. Don’t let yourself get lost in that crucial first phase of launching a company. Instead, protect yourself and your new enterprise by contacting a business formation lawyer.
The Small Business Administration recommends hiring an attorney for all legal matters, especially when you are forming a corporation. Lawyers can help you in multiple ways, from ensuring that your company is protected under the law, to helping you with tax requirements, to sharing advice on patents, business plans and other relevant endeavors.