“I just want to feel like I have my ducks in a row.”
“I want to feel confident in my client contracts and operating agreement.”
“How do I know if my employees should be 1099 contractors or W2s?”
We help Idaho and Washington business owners answer these types of questions every day. We understand the pressures of being a small business owner and how it can be overwhelming. When you have a business attorney who understands what it’s like to be an entrepreneur and who holds your best interests at heart, these questions start to feel less overwhelming and more manageable.
This is why we have created our first virtual law clinic aimed at helping small business owners and those considering starting a new business make sure their bases are covered in their first year of business.
Small Business Law Clinic: What Every Small Business Owner Should Know When Starting their Business
Wednesday, May 26th at 11 a.m. MST
This virtual law clinic will be hosted by attorney Cora Whitney. In it, she’ll cover:
- Why we suggest LLCs over any other entity and how to set one up
- What’s in a typical operating agreement and why you need one
- What happens if you don’t have an operating agreement
- Exactly what you should do from creation to sale if you’re planning to sell your business down the road.
Most entrepreneurs didn’t go to business school. Heck, many didn’t even finish college. What we find in our practice is that business owners are passionate, smart individuals who have a big dream and the savvy to get started. With the right legal partner, entrepreneurs can feel a sense of security that they are in line with the law, they have the right documents in place if client or partner situations go awry, and they can confidently hire (or terminate) employees needed to get the work done and grow beyond their wildest dreams.
You’re not alone in wondering if you know what you are doing when it comes to setting up your business and making the first big decisions that will guide your growth and success over the coming years. Let’s make sure you get off on the right foot.