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An innovative program offering essential legal services for small business owners at affordable prices.
Novice entrepreneurs who are preparing to launch a small business may not be aware of the intricate steps or complex legalities involved in establishing a start-up in Atlanta, GA. While they would greatly benefit from the services of an experienced attorney, unfortunately, the cost of retaining legal counsel often poses a barrier for many entrepreneurs, which can result in larger costs down the line. However, obtaining legal business services does not have to be astronomically expensive.
I created the Atlanta Entrepreneur’s Program to provide local entrepreneurs with a specific menu of legal services each month at a reasonably affordable price that will work with their limited budgets, minimizing potential roadblocks to help them launch their business ventures successfully. The Program starts at just $300/month and provides useful legal services at each plan level.
What Are the Key Benefits of the Atlanta Entrepreneur’s Program for Small Businesses?
After working with numerous small business owners over the course of my career, I’ve noticed that the two legal services they seem to require most are 1) help with quick legal questions that come up while running a business and 2) contract review, with larger emphasis placed upon contract review services.
I’ve personally witnessed the devastating effects that can result from signing a bad contract, especially for a business in the early stages of development. The negative consequences are usually extremely difficult to overcome. New business owners don’t always understand the ramifications (whether they are signing a contract or providing a contract for others to sign) that may result from failing to fully understand the terms of a contract, nor how arduous the process of surpassing the damage can be once they’ve committed.
I designed the Atlanta Entrepreneur’s Program with new business owners in mind to help protect their interests, prevent them from jeopardizing the health of their businesses in the future, and give them peace of mind before committing to a legally binding contract.