BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAW
Fiffik Law Group, PC assists business owners at every stage of their business journey. Whether you have questions on business formation or you're planning for succession, our group of business attorneys has the experience to help you.
BUSINESS LEGAL HEALTH CHECKS
To be an entrepreneur means to be someone who takes on challenges. It also means you are a problem solver. Knowing what is ahead is half the battle. How you deal with them has a great deal to do with how successful your business can be.
Having access to legal advice is a very effective way for you to avoid pitfalls and deal with the challenges when they do come along. Despite this fact, many small business owners do not have an attorney on their team. Why is that?
The simple reason is that many entrepreneurs do not think of their business problems and challenges in legal terms. Some problems make the need for legal services obvious – like being sued. If you think the only time you need an attorney is when you’re being sued, we’re suggesting that you’re not thinking broadly enough about where you can find help to make your small business more successful.
We’ve created a series of business “health checks”. Our hope is that they will help you better identify aspects of your business where easy access to legal advice can help you be a better entrepreneur and keep your business on the path to success.
HOW IT WORKS
BUSINESS LEGAL HEALTH CHECKS ARE DESIGNED TO:
What steps you have taken to protect your business from a legal point of view;
What you need to do to ensure your business operates under best practices;
How our attorneys can help you avoid the pitfalls and mistakes that can derail your business
A Legal Health Check is important to identify and minimize the risks to your business. It will help you focus on the issues that are most important to your particular business.
A Legal Health Check can cover a range of different areas for different types of businesses but the most important areas include business structures, finances, real estate, risk management, contracts, employees, and succession planning. There are a variety of health checks under each of these areas. They are each about 10-12 questions that will take you only a few minutes to complete. Pick the ones that apply most to you. In ten minutes, you’ll be well on your way to learning more about your business.