Partnership and Legal

While legal support is typically quite costly, working with a trusted attorney early on will help you establish some of the most critical foundations and safeguards for your new venture.

Attorneys can provide guidance on business entity formation, partnerships with business co founders, agreements with contractors, contracts with customers, and protections against unscrupulous actors or frivolous lawsuits.

The resources below detail the protections that a good lawyer can provide to you, your family, and your hard-earned later-stage profit.

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4 Qualities Necessary for a Business Partnership to Succeed

The Most Important Decision an Entrepreneur Makes: Partnership

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How to Choose a Lawyer for a New Business

4 Criteria for Finding a Business-Savvy Lawyer

Avoid Common Partnership Conflicts with a Lawyer

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