Build a Successful Entrepreneurship or Start-up Company in Atlanta
Establish a new business entity and protect your brand with the help of an experienced attorney.
The early days of starting a business can be extremely stressful. With so much to learn and seemingly endless decisions to make, entrepreneurs can become incredibly overwhelmed. I can help ensure this process is as seamless as possible.
When working with Stacey-Ann Taylor Law, you can rest easy knowing you’ll have an experienced attorney on your side who will take the time to learn as much as possible about your venture to craft the ideal business model. With our help, you’ll obtain thorough legal guidance on all important matters pertaining to the process of building a new entrepreneurship or start-up, such as:
- Choosing a business entity. We’ll discuss what kind of business entity is best for your venture, whether it’s a corporation, limited liability company (LLC), partnership, or other. One type of business entity may have a tax advantage over another, so we’ll review the pros and cons of each to ensure you are well-informed prior to making a decision.
- Protecting your brand. What products or services do you plan to sell? Who is your target market? In the early days of starting and running a business, it is essential to think about how you can protect your brand in relation to the types of goods or services you plan to offer. Your brand is your intellectual property and you may want to register trademarks for your products or services. The decision to register a trademark early on in your business development could save you thousands of dollars in legal fees later. You don’t want to be on the other end of a cease and desist letter that a competitor has sent you for trademark infringement. You must file to register your intellectual property first to avoid potential legal consequences.
What Is the Most Effective Way for Entrepreneurs and Start-ups to Protect Their New Business?
I’ll let you in on a little secret: A well-written contract can save you from having loads of business-related drama. I cannot stress the need to have clear and concise contracts in place enough. And not just clear and concise contracts for customers; you’ll need them for employees and vendors, too.
From the beginning of our relationship, I will take the time to speak with you and understand how your new business operates to create the appropriate contracts that will help keep you in business for many years to come. In fact, you were exactly the person I had in mind when I created the Atlanta Entrepreneur’s Program. As an entrepreneur myself, I know how overwhelming starting and growing a business can seem at times. If you join the Atlanta Entrepreneur’s Program, I will help you reach your business goals by using the law to protect your business interests.
Need Legal Help as a New Business Owner? Contact Stacey-Ann Taylor Law in Atlanta Today
If you are planning on creating a new business in Atlanta, you’ll need an experienced attorney by your side who understands the complexities involved in establishing your brand and marketing to your target audience. Having spent more than 15 years advising new business owners on how to successfully develop and protect their brands, I am here to help you navigate the early days of entrepreneurship and beyond. Contact Stacey-Ann Taylor Law to learn more about my innovative Atlanta Entrepreneur’s Program and how you can start building a lucrative business today.