You Should Know
Starting and running a small business is difficult and time consuming. We know that. So is working as a freelance professional, an artist, or an independent contractor. Generally, you have enough on your plate without having to worry about what business entity best limits your liability, or if you’re substantially protecting your copyrights or trademarks. Oftentimes, it’s hard enough to set-up meetings with potential clients and paying customers, much less finding the time to speak with an attorney about administrative matters.
My practice focuses on those people. The entrepreneurs who need more hours in the day, the freelancers billing hourly, the creatives on a deadline, and the small business owners who just can’t pry themselves away from the office. We try to make dealing with your legal issues more convenient. We offer on-line meetings, a multitude of print and video tutorials, self-service document creation, and many other ways to solve your business issues on your own time.
We also try to make your experience relatively simple. Most of our services can be done for a flat fee, so your business can plan for its expenses. In fact, a lot of our more common solutions are offered as packaged products, so you can know your potential costs prior to contacting us.
But go ahead and do that. Feel free to contact us. Fill out a little information about your issue and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can. It’s free. It’s easy. And most importantly, it’s a step toward solving your problem.
Creating and registering a single-member LLC in the state of Tennessee includes:
- File Tennessee Articles of Organization
- Create Operating Agreement
- Obtain Federal Employer Identification Number
- Registration with TN Dept. of Revenue
- File with County Clerk
- Company Operating Booklet
- Registration with TN Dept. of Labor and Workforce
Registering your trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office includes:
- E-consultation with attorney
- Research of mark availability
- Filing application with United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Responding to regular Office Actions
Business Document Review
Created a contract for your business online? Make sure you don't cost yourself more in the long run. We're happy to review small business documents up to 5 pages in length and provide you with a 30 minute online consultation for a flat-fee of $100.00.
Got a small-business contract with a large client? Let our office help you protect your interests without breaking your budget. We can usually review service contracts under 5 pages and provide a 30 minute online consultation for a flat fee of $100.00.