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Starting a new business is exciting, but it is also very challenging. There are building blocks that need to be in place before you can start selling your products or services to customers. When you seek strong legal advice from the very start, your business is built on a strong foundation and will avoid many issues in the future.

Nakase Wade has been helping startups in California build a thriving business for decades. They have unparalleled business expertise and will ensure you have everything you need to build a successful business. “We believe that prevention is the best offense, and having iron-clad contracts and agreements will prevent many issues from occurring in the first place. We spend every day working with entrepreneurs from different industries with all sorts of visions for their startup,” according Brad Nakase, a small business attorney. Nakase continues, “For the DIY entrepreneur, we create a 10 step process on how to start a business and free business plan templates.”

Nakase Wade: California Business Lawyers & Corporate Lawyers, Inc. Tel: 800-484-4610

Many small businesses and startups avoid pursuing legal advice until an issue arises. Unfortunately, entrepreneurs do not properly understand the impact that a strong legal foundation can have on the success of your company.

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Unfortunately, entrepreneurs do not properly understand the impact that a strong legal foundation can have on the success of your company.

Here are some of the common problems we see when a startup delays seeking legal counsel:

  • They do not understand why limiting personal liability is important and do not take the proper steps to separate their personal assets from their business assets.
  • Entrepreneurs going into business with someone else do not take the proper steps to ensure all parties know their duties and profit share. They do not draw up a well thought out partnership agreement.
  • Not seeking legal advice for their contracts. If you do not know contract law, you can leave yourself open to a lot of problems through weak or unenforceable contracts. You might also sign onto contracts that are unfavorable for your business interests.
  • By not seeking legal advice before applying for funding, many lenders will not take you seriously. A business lawyer can ensure you have conducted assessments and planning necessary to show lenders you are serious.

How Nakase Wade Can Help Your Small Business

  • Shareholder agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • General business advice and training
  • Commercial lease advice
  • Terms and conditions of trading
  • Personal guarantee advice for securing funding
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Advice on protecting your business interests during negotiations with third parties
  • GDPR compliance and other data protection advice
  • Information about data processors and data controllers
  • Advice on engaging contractors and consultants and how to create contracts
  • How to structure your business and what business entity is best for you
  • Employment law advice
  • Website design and development advice, including contracts
  • Regulatory compliance services
Nathalie Nicole Smith states that working hard and staying true to yourself are sure ways to win in life.

At Nakase Wade, we care about creating long-lasting relationships with our clients as they start and grow their businesses. We see ourselves as a sounding board for new entrepreneurs and someone to turn to for legal assistance. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you with your startup or small business.