In last week's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, we celebrated one year of Liberty Legal Solutions. Over one year ago, on June 1st, 2019, Liberty Legal Solutions, LLC, opened for business, with our very first client chomping at the bit. Thankfully, that very first client is still a client today and has referred new clients as well.
Liberty Legal Solutions, LLC, was created as a law firm focusing on helping small business owners start and grow their businesses the right way. Our mission is to provide legal services to small businesses in Oklahoma so that our clients will seize opportunities in the free market, take individual initiative, and find financial freedom.
In this week's Freedom Friday blog and email newsletter, I'm going to talk about why an attorney should review your contracts. But, before I do that, I want to remind you about some upcoming developments regarding my firm, Liberty Legal Solutions, LLC. Very soon, Liberty Legal Solutions, LLC will have its own YouTube Channel with new video content. I'm also working on the Liberty Legal podcast, which will be debuting in just a few weeks. These are just some exciting new opportunities for my firm, which will help us advance our mission in serving small business owners across Oklahoma to meet their legal needs.
Now, this week's topic, why should an attorney review your contracts? If you're a small business owner, your contracts are particularly important to your business. A properly written contract can make or break your business. Some small business owners think they can use template contracts that they can find online or at a store in some instances. Unfortunately, these are usually not tailored to your specific situations. This is why it is important to ask an attorney to review your contracts. Even if you start off with a template, you should run it by an attorney before you get a final draft. Also, if you are on the receiving end of a contract, you should ask an attorney so you can understand what you are signing. I hear all the time that people don't read contracts that they are signing, and that is a real mistake. If you can't understand a contract, then you should definitely ask an attorney to review the contract for you and explain it to you so you can understand it.
If you're a small business owner, you probably encounter a lot of contracts, and if you hire an attorney to review each and every single one of them, those attorney fees can add up. I normally charge a client a $250 contract review fee for every single contract they wish me to review. But, beginning this month I am offering a new monthly membership program, the “Circle of Liberty,” for small business owners who have questions not only about their contracts, but for all sorts of legal issues surrounding their small business.
As a member of the “Circle of Liberty,” you will get the following benefits:
- Unlimited scheduled phone calls (must schedule via Calendly)
- Unlimited access via email
- Complimentary contract review
- Private Facebook group for small business owners, including regularly scheduled support calls
The cost to join the “Circle of Liberty” membership program is only $97/month, and there is no commitment and no contract, meaning you can stop any time. If you're interested in joining the “Circle of Liberty,” you can e-mail me at [email protected], and we can get you started.
Also, if you're interested in scheduling a FREE strategy session for your small business, please e-mail me at [email protected]
For more information about Liberty Legal Solutions, LLC, please visit our website at http://www.libertylegalok.com