I’ve a big fan of LegalShield. Here’s why!
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Properly setting up a new LLC or Corporation is much more than just filling out a few forms. In fact, a substantial amount of time, strategy, and planning is required.
If you follow me online, have watched my interviews or listened to me speak from the stage, you know that I insist that all my clients do business online as either an LLC or a Corporation. In this video, I show you an easy way to create your LLC or Corporation the right way and to keep it running safely year after year.
You can do it yourself, keep your fingers crossed and hope you make all the right decisions. Or, you can get an experienced lawyer to counsel you and help set everything up. After you create your new business, this same law firm will be there to help keep things running smoothly year after year.
My suggestion is to get a LegalShield membership (less than the costs of a cup of coffee each day) and have your lawyer help you set things up. I use LegalShield to protect my family and business interests and you should do the same. Visit http://MitchJackson.org for more details or to get your protection today. While you’re there, check out the LegalShield Identity Theft Protection. Pro Tip: If you are a home based business, look at adding the inexpensive business rider. Again, go to http://MitchJackson.org
During my interviews and speaking engagements, I often talk about 5-7 specific things I believe most online businesses need to do to safely do business. In this video, I share three “sets” of documents that compliment my earlier tips.
If you’re doing business on the digital platforms, sit down with an experienced lawyer and review how you can incorporate these documents into your daily business efforts.
1. TOS Agreement (includes disclaimer, liability, warranty and venue clauses)
2. Sales and service contracts documenting transactions
3. Return and guarantee policies
If you need an experienced lawyer to get the above done, do what I do. Get a LegalShield membership, save money, and start doing business the right way. Details at http://MitchJackson.org
Here are my four favorite ways to find an excellent local attorney. My best tip is #4 😉
The question isn’t if you’re going to need a lawyer, it’s when.
As someone who’s been practicing law for more than thirty years and who has helped thousands of clients with their legal needs, I excited to share the inexpensive LegalShield service with you. This is the exact kind of protection I’ve been telling you about during my interviews, livestreams, and from stages around the country!
Almost every single friend of mine who has a family and owns an business should be using LegalShield. Watch the video to see how LegalShield can protect you, your family, and your business.
I’m talking about an established service with 1.6 million members in 50 states and 4 provinces with 24/7 access to emergency legal counsel. No rookies, law clerks or paralegals. Just experienced lawyers who have your best interest in mind.
Watch the video and click here to get your personal, small business, and identify theft plans.
If you’re interested in adding a new revenue source to your business and life efforts, then you should join my LegalShield team. There’s good reason why this 30+ year established company protects and empowers 4.15 million lives serving 140,000 businesses.
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There are many large companies, municipalities, school districts, and unions who offer the membership to their employees in their benefit plans.
Several prominent individuals, who use and endorse the LegalShield membership include the former Attorney General of Mississippi, Michael Moore (filed the class action against big tobacco which settled for $200+ billion); Mary Fallin, former Oklahoma Governor and Attorney General, and Mark Shurtleff, former Attorney General of Utah.
If you’re interested in becoming part of my LegalShield team, my recommendation is to (1) become an associate, (2) get your family or business membership, and share with others who can benefit from the membership, business opportunity, or both.