Questions to Ask A Small Business Lawyer Before Startup, Part One
Being a small business owner means you wear many different hats. You may be hiring a new employee one minute, calling on a client the next and ordering office supplies before you close for the day. It can be hectic to have your hands in many different aspects of your company, but it is probably one of the reasons you wanted to start a business in the first place
Begin hands-on means you can oversee each element of your business, but you may need help when it comes to legal issues. A lawyer can help with drafting contracts and other documents as well as help you navigate the legal side of your business’ industry. An attorney can also help you understand the state laws that pertain to your business. Klish and Eldreth offers services in small business law that can help you manage your small business, and they are conveniently located in the Triangle.
Questions to Ask Cary Small Business Lawyers
In this series of posts, we are going to give you questions to ask a small business lawyer so that you can ensure you will get the service you need. First up, let’s look at choosing a lawyer.
Your future lawyer will be handling one of the most important things you have – your small business. You want to make sure you choose a reputable person with whom you feel comfortable because you may be working closely together with the potential to work together for a long time.
Do not be afraid to ask your prospective attorney a few of the questions below to make sure you are making the right choice for your business.
Do you have experience in my industry?
If the lawyer is familiar with your industry, or a similar one, it can be helpful because he or she will know what processes to follow and may have insight that you would not have known.
Are you starting a small business? Get legal support from our Cary small business lawyers at Klish and Eldreth. We can help you get your business off to a strong start by ensuring that your legal needs are met. We're committed to your success and will do everything within our power to protect your company. In addition to business, consumer and contract laws, we can also handle intellectual property matters such as trademarking and copyrighting.
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As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about estate planning. Also contact us to schedule a consultation if you have yet to start estate planning. It's never too early to make plans for your wishes upon death. In addition, our lawyer is here to help you with all your legal matters, whether it be entertainment law, trademarking, copyrighting, or DWI issues.