Business + Contracts
You’ve started a business and things are taking off.
But what legal steps are you missing that you don’t even know about?
How do you change from a sole proprietor to an LLC or corporation, and when do you need an operating agreement or bylaws?
How can you make sure that customers who purchase your online course actually pay you in full for the content you worked so hard on?
If you’re ready to buy another business, sell the one you have, or take on a partner or collaborator, how can you negotiate a solid agreement?
Whatever phase you’re in -- just beginning or 7+ figures -- contracts and business structures are THE most important legal protections for your business.
Get your business’s legal foundation in order, with the law firm that actually understands online business.
- LLC or corporation setup and consultation starts at $3,000.
(Includes initial filings with your state, one year of registered agent service, and guidance on next steps to get your business up and running, PLUS a Legal Road Map® session. Does not include state or local filing fees, which vary by location.)
- Custom contract drafting and negotiation starts at $3,000, quoted individually depending on complexity.
Not ready to invest in a custom contract? Our fully customizable contract templates are $299 and fit many online business owners’ needs.
*Legal Road Map Sessions, Q&A calls, Individual Legal Projects, and Retainer Services are only available to businesses seeking advice on U.S. intellectual property issues; businesses seeking advice on online business, technology, and e-commerce issues; and businesses located or registered in Tennessee seeking advice on local business law matters. Autumn Witt Boyd is licensed to practice law in Tennessee and other attorneys who work with our firm may be licensed in other states.
Our firm does not work on any patent law matters.
Disclosure: Our clients did not receive compensation for sharing their experiences working with Autumn, and do not receive any compensation for referring new clients (this is prohibited by Tennessee ethics rules). These testimonials or endorsements are not a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. We cannot guarantee results; past results do not guarantee future results.