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Selling Your Business

Selling a business can be an exciting yet challenging experience for an entrepreneur. Not only does it involve finding the right buyer, but it can also require significant legal work...

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Law 4 All Annual Summer Sales Event

Now is the time to save on all the legal products and services your company needs. Our Law 4 All Summer Sales Event is happening now! Save 20% on legal...

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Trademark Renewal 

Having a trademark for your business is essential to operations. Chiefly, they prevent others from using your business name or logo. However, registering the trademark legal process and requires renewal...

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Understanding How to Form a Corporation

As a business owner, forming a corporation is often the best way to protect yourself and your business. It provides liability protection, tax benefits, and easier access to funding. But,...

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Moving an LLC to a Different State

There may come a time when a Limited Liability Company (LLC) needs to be moved to a different state. Perhaps a result of business expansion or simply a change of...

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The Benefits of Using a Virtual Mailbox Service

In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving business environment, it’s imperative for any entrepreneur to utilize practical solutions that can help them keep their business afloat and running smoothly. One such solution...

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Legal Entity Conversion: What You Need to Know 

As businesses grow, business owners may need to consider changes in their legal structure. Whether that be more liability protection, the addition of partners, or a more ideal tax situation,...

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Trademarking Your Business: Federal vs State

When registering a trademark for your business, it is important to understand the differences between federal and state trademarks. Although both have their benefits, each type of trademark has unique...