Starting a new business is an exciting prospect. Working for yourself, turning your ideas into reality, and making your own money has motivated many to take the entrepreneurial route and set out on their own. In the heat of launching a business, obvious legal issues can often be overlooked that can derail an otherwise well-thought-out business plan.
Deciding on the right business structure, registering your trade mark and putting in place basic legal documents are just a few of the steps you should take. Not sure how to start? Just read on.
First Payment Reminder Letter
Founders' Agreement (for Two Individual Founders)
Shareholders' Agreement (for Two Shareholders)
Shareholders' Agreement (for Three or More Shareholders)
Founders' Agreement (for Three or More Individual Founders)
Legal Health Check