1. They just don't (probably the work option)
2. They DIY - and likely miss some steps
3. They go with something like Legal Zoom - where they miss steps and may overpay
4. They hire a pro and hopefully get everything they need
I created my signature program, Unf*ck Your Biz, because of these patterns that I noticed. Check the episode to learn more.
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For a good synopsis of this scalding hot legal tea, check out this bitchin article.
Hello and welcome to episode 15 of the unfuck your best podcast. I am your host Braeden and today I am joined by my good friend Amanda. If you did not already listen, go back and check out episode three of the podcasts where we do a little bit of an intro, talk about the differences between different areas of law and kind of segue into this episode. Before we do get started, I want to let all of you know that tomorrow, Friday the 22nd will be my last a master class on all of the small business legal shit that you need to know. So hop over to the website unfuck your biz.com if you want to get registered for that. So let's just dig in. Hi Amanda. How's it going? Hi, it's good. Awesome. So we're going to talk a...
Here’s the super short summary.
Most policies will include general liability which covers physical injuries.
If you want to cover mistakes & issues, you’ll want to look into errors & omissions coverage.
Make sure to find an agent with whom you have a good rapport who is also familiar with your industry.
I also noted that insurance is one of the layers of legal protection for your biz. For a deeper dive into the layers of protection, checkout episode 006.
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Hello and welcome to episode 10 of the unfuck your business podcast. I'm your host Braden. Super excited to have you here. This is going to be a relatively short episode titled stop paying for bullshit and we are going to help walk through some expenditures I've seen small business owners make that are totally unnecessary. That's probably the best way for me to put it, but before we dive in, I just want to remind you all that I have a few small business legal masterclasses coming up on November 20th and November 22nd that's a Wednesday and a Friday. We're going to talk about the layers of legal protection for your business, how to get started with LLCs, whether you really need one. I had a form it and the different licenses you need and then we will wrap up with a Q and a....
The short answer: As always, it depends.
Areas where I don’t recommend DIYing at all. Trademarks, partnership stuff, patent, and complex and or high dollar contracts.
Otherwise, time is money. Do you have the time, and do you have the money?
Most attorney bill clients in 10ths of an hour. That means that a lawyer who charges $300 per hour would bill $60 for a 12 minute phone call.
Some attorneys, like myself through my law firm, now offer “outside counsel services.” Basically, they’re your on demand attorney for some monthly rate.
That’s a great option if you need regular legal assistance. Otherwise, having a go to person for guidance is a better alternative.
In my education based business, I actually started offering an alternative to outside counsel....