Incorporating your business entity is just the very beginning, while in many law practices, it’s the end of the road. Not here – we want to be there with you to help your business grow!
You probably haven’t thought of your business like this, but really it’s just a series of agreements. Agreements with investors or lenders, clients and vendors, employees, and independent contractors, partners and customers; the success of your business depends on your ability to make agreements and seal the deal. And don’t forget about making an agreement with yourself - setting your intention, getting clear on your mission, and developing and following a plan to satisfy your agreement with you (this is where we really, really shine!).
Establishing solid agreements is where most business owners struggle mightily (or just mindlessly drop the ball without a second thought), and we can help. We love to create clear agreements, help you set boundaries and manage expectations. We know that the future of your business hinges on it. That’s why we won’t simply incorporate your business and send you on your way. Nope, every engagement with us begins with either a review of your current agreements or, if you don’t have any, the creation of the core agreements that are vital to your business.
Then, we will proactively monitor your business activities to ensure we are helping you seal the deal on an ongoing basis. Plus, provide you with template agreements you can use to handle recurring agreements that come up consistently, such as those with your clients or vendors.
We use an innovative agreement process that gets all parties on the same page and leads to triple win situations – that means that an agreement has to be a win for you, the other party, and the situation as a whole. If it’s not, no deal.
You see, we understand that it’s your upfront agreements (and your/our ability to renegotiate those agreements) that will keep you in the flow of business and out of the crunch of conflict. Our years of butting heads with Wall Street’s biggest firms and negotiating on behalf of insurance companies means we are tough enough to tackle any challenging situation. Our commitment to our client philosophy means we do so with compassion and a drive to achieve optimal outcome for all parties - not just a quick signature on a deal that just isn’t right for anyone. Or worse, that isn’t right for you.
We don’t try to play smoke and mirrors with lengthy, complicated documents full of legalese. We don’t try to “sneak” in provisions to get you something unfair to the detriment of the other party. We feel strongly that’s not the right way to show up in the world for us, and that’s not how we want our clients to show up either.
If you have undocumented agreements (or no agreements at all), consider asking us to conduct a LIFT Foundation Audit and support you to take your business to the next level with the agreements your work deserves. During the LIFT Foundation Audit we will review your existing contracts as well.
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