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Many entrepreneurs try to handle their legal matters “on the cheap.” Don’t be that kind of entrepreneur. Find the right lawyer at a price that works for your business. Keep you and your business safe. Here are a few tips to get you going in the right direction.

1. Budget more for legal fees and expenses than you expect to spend.

In any business endeavor, unforeseen problems come up, some of which may involve legal issues. it’s not good to be caught in the middle of a legal battle with no money to cover the cost of legal expenses and fees. Think of the money you budget for legal matters as insurance. Plan ahead so that you have the funds needed for any legal issues that may pop up.

2. Whatever you think you need, double it.

Legal representation is a lot like insurance, you don’t think about it until you need it. You may run your business by the book and still find yourself involved in an intense legal battle. If this happens, you want to be sure funds are available to meet the challenge. Keep yourself ready for anything that can come your way. Legal issues can be complex and lead to a ton of back-and-forth that racks up big legal bills.

3. Find the right team and do the right things.

Lawyers specialize in different areas of the law. Make sure that you have the right people on your team for each situation you may come across. More importantly, give your legal team a heads up with every move you undertake to make sure that you are in compliance with applicable law. A good lawyer can ensure you’re operating within the letter of the law.

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