MAKE SURE IT’S GOING TO WORK FOR YOU
Have you ever found yourself wondering – is there something I’m supposed to be doing to keep this all on the up-and-up? Or – what if I’m missing something? These questions are entirely normal. You have enough going on without having to worry about all of the details of your particular business or corporate ownership structure. You just want to make sure you understand what you need to do and that it’s getting done.
Your legal coach will be there to make sure you don’t miss anything. Whether you’re incorporating for the first time, you’re buying or selling a business, you’re doing your annual corporate governance activities or you’re doing a business reorganization on the advice of your accountant, your legal coach will guide you through the process and make sure the things that are most important to you stay at the core.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW TO RUN A BUSINESS?
Most people don’t start a business because they want to do paperwork and file reports. You have passions and expertise that led you to where you are, and the legal part is just the reality you need to deal with. Educating yourself on the nitty-gritty and the less commonly known facts of how the law intersects with running a business can help you feel sure of yourself as an entrepreneur, regardless of your industry.
YOU KNOW THE VALUE OF ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS
Most entrepreneurs know one thing for sure, and that’s everything they don’t know about running their business. You probably already know that asking the right questions can be much more powerful than pretending you have all the answers. Here are some of the questions you might have as you get started.
Corporate Law refers to a branch of laws as well as rules and regulations exclusively for corporations. It particularly focuses on commercial and contract laws in regards to the formation and operations of a corporation.
Honestly, some lawyers just guess. A legal coach at Brown Lawyers will help you review a wide array of options specific to the unique needs of your business. This includes preferential tax options, liability management, administration of partnerships and incorporations, as well as a variety of other services that correspond to your needs and business objectives.
It depends. Your business is unique, and the amount of information needed to secure it legally will depend greatly on different circumstances. When you have a legal coach for your business, your records, reports and even shareholder meetings are managed by your coach in a dedicated space.
The best way to avoid making legal errors when you set up a new business is to have a legal coach there to guide you through the work. Experience and foresight can give you a solid foundation for your business and avoids creating a legal mess that you will need to deal with later.