How to Get Business Partnership Advice
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Step 1: Free Consult
We’ll arrange a time to talk and get to know each other. If you like my style, we will set up an account and plan your first session. Rates are reasonable and your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Video or Just Phone?
It’s up to you to determine if you want to have a video or phone only meeting. If your partner will attend, it’s best to use video. Video makes for more honest communication.
If our work together leads to new agreements with your partner, it’s a good idea to draft resolutions. Resolutions add strength to your operating agreement and provide partnership protection.
Is there a minimum number of hours to buy?
Not really. The minimum is 1 hour. That’s all. You can pay as you go. I offer discounts on bundles of hours. You can decide about that after the first hour.
If I need help right away, how soon can I schedule an hour with you?
You can often set up a time for the next day. I am flexible and can be available for evening meetings. If it’s important to you, it’s important me. Let’s get started.
Can my business partner participate on our call?
Yes! I’m happy to answer all questions and provide business partnership advice to anyone you agree to include. All partners often want to ask about the best way to address certain situations. That’s great! Remember, this isn’t mediation. Working out disputes is an entirely different process than providing advice. If you have a serious dispute with your partner(s), visit TeachU.com for mediation services.
What if we need a lawyer?
If you need a lawyer, you need a lawyer. We can talk about that during your FREE consultation. Here’s a a free sample of my advice: If there is a serious dispute, try working things out and avoid lawyers. You’ll save a lot of money. If there is a serious legal issue, like a law suit from an an employee, get a lawyer.
Still Have Questions?
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