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Three Reasons Why Having a Lawyer Can Help You Grow Your Business.

August 20, 2020

Posted in Blog, Business Litigation, Business Start Ups, Company Operating, Contract

Today I’m going to talk about three reasons that having a lawyer can help you grow your business.

Hi, my name is Tony, and I’m a business attorney helping entrepreneurs to stabilize, grow, and even scale their businesses, without worrying about or fearing legal consequences.

The first reason is that, as your business grows, you are carrying a heavier and larger target on your back. Now that sounds terrible, but it’s true. You know, as you are hustling for deals and generating revenues for your business, sometimes you just overlook certain transactions that maybe you did not document properly and maybe the contract you signed is not complete, possibly resulting in future disagreements.

The second reason is that the Business Journal can help you protect your pocketbook. Now, what do I mean by that? Do you know that the average cost of lawsuits for small businesses can run into between $50,000 and $90,000. Could you just imagine what you could use that amount of money for? Could you invest it in additional equipment to help you be more productive? Could you hire additional staff to help you grow? Or just keep it, enjoying it with your family?

The third reason is that having a business lawyer on your side can provide you with peace of mind. And what do I mean by that? Can you just imagine that you are negotiating a deal with your customer or your vendor? Suddenly, this question pops into your head. You can just pick up the phone, dial the number, talk to your attorney and have your questions answered, and have the attorney guide you through the transactions so that all future legal difficulties could be avoided.

Now, in addition to the reasons I have just mentioned, having a good business attorney on your side will enable you to have a custom made contract each and every time.  As you know all businesses live and die with the contract that they sign.

If you have any more questions, give me a call. Let’s arrange a time so that you can tell me more about you, your business, your requirements and what I can do to help your business grow.