When this company was started, we had no idea that we would end up spending thousands of dollars on lawyer fees in coming up with legal documents to protect our founder and the business.
As a serious small business owner who is just starting, our small business legal package will ensure that you are FULLY PROTECTED as you build and scale your business, without having to spend an arm and a leg on lawyer fees!! These are editable documents and all you need to do is to plug in your company’s information.
Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA): Use this document to protect your business conversations, ideas, and proprietary concept exposure. Everyone should have an NDA in their back pocket when handling business.
Master service/Independent Contractor Agreement: Whether hiring a nanny, or graphic designer contracts are essential to make clear the offering, and protect yourself. Use this document to clearly outline expectations and protect yourself and business.
LLC Single member operating agreement: This a document written for your limited liability company (LLC) if you are the sole owner. It is used to help solidify your LLC’s status as a separate entity from your personal assets. Your role in the company, as well as any officer(s), registered agent, manager(s), and any other positions, is listed. Once completed, the document should be held at the principal place of your business and is not filed with any government office. This will come in handy when seeking business funding.
Terms & conditions Of Use: This electronic document is considered to be a legally binding and enforceable contract
between your company and your customers. By using, visiting, or shopping at your Website, your customers acknowledge that they are aware of and completely accept all of the terms and conditions.
Employee Handbook: The contents of this handbook serve as guidelines for your new hires. You will be protecting yourself from future lawsuits by employees by making sure that they understand company policies before they take up employment offer with your business.
Employment Offer Letter: A job offer letter is a formal document sent to your new hires. It's a good idea to have written confirmation of an offer so that you and your new hire are clear on the conditions of a job.
Employment Agreement: This agreement spells out the rules, rights and responsibilities for both you and your employee, and includes any special obligations undertaken that are unique in a specific hiring situation and it is active throughout the entire tenure of the signing employee.
This startup package will make sure that you are FULLY PROTECTED as you build and scale your business!
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