The law is confusing, right? There are so many rules and situations you never know what you need to do? How do I know if I am receiving the right legal advice? Understanding the legal aspects of your business is crucial for your success. All too often we see business owners spend thousands, tens of thousands and even hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to solve a legal problem in their business. Sure some of those problems are unavoidable depending on who you deal with but the vast majority of problems within a business can be avoided if you take a proactive approach to protecting your business.
At Business Legal Lifecycle we know that dealing with a lawyer can be difficult, it can seem daunting and costly. That is why we prepared this article to give you a guide on how you can educate yourself on the legal aspects of your business.
There are lots of great resources out there that will help you to understand the law even if you don’t have a law degree. You may start by doing some preliminary research into a topic to make sure that you understand the basics of what you need to do. Be careful here some online material is prepared for lawyers and you may be more confused after reading it then before.
Business Legal Lifecycle
We created the Business Legal Lifecycle to provide legal information to business owners so that they can understand complicated legal topics in an easy to understand manner. Whether it be Jeremy Streten’s Amazon 1 one selling book, The Business Legal Lifecycle, our Legal Assessment Report or our Education Course all of this material is designed to help you to understand the law without a law degree.
Nothing substitutes for tailored advice
Using these resources are great to give you a fundamental understanding of what you need to do, why you need to take that step and whether you need to take any other steps. Frankly however your situation will be unique to you, you need to get tailored advice from your lawyer that will apply to you and your business. Make sure that you use the education that you undertake to inform you on what different legal terms mean and why you need to take steps. However always defer to your lawyer to make sure that you are getting the best advice for you.
The Business Legal Lifecycle Legal Risk Assessment gives you a report that sets out what is missing in your business, why you need to prevent those legal risks and a plan for the future of your business. Importantly you can take it to your lawyer to then do the work that they are good at, preventing those legal risks within your business and you get all of this without the cost of a lawyer preparing the report in the first place.
By working together with the Business Legal Lifecycle lawyers can help their clients to prevent legal risks within their business and prevent so many problems that commonly afflict small to medium sized businesses.
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