At In The Know Legal, we are not only mission-driven to provide women business owners personal and professional legal protection, but we also want to empower our business owners with the legal knowledge that will allow them to understand exactly what their legal protection means. Our In The Know Legal Education Series informs and educates our women business owners about what certain clauses mean, how certain documents can help them, and common client situations that arise and how to use the power of knowledge to navigate through them. We hope you enjoy our Education Series as much as we enjoy creating it.
Answering a Customer Question about the Shine Package
Answering some questions our customer asked about the benefits of the shine package for their coaching business compared to individual templates or one of the other packages.
The Contract Teardown
Learn about the pitfalls of using someone else’s contract or piecing one together yourself. In this post, attorney Lisa Sigman breaks down a coaching agreement and shows how agreements aren’t a one-size-fits-all situation.
All About Our Shine Package
I just want to take a moment to talk to you about our shine package. We have a video that is a complete tour of the shine package where you can see what you get in MemberVault, which is where we host all of our templates and instructions.
I Think I’m Gonna Kick It With My Girl Today A Galentine’s Day Special from In the Know Legal
Even though the title of this blog is a line sung by Ne-Yo in reference to Keri Hilson in the 2009 love-triangle song “Knock you Down” with Kanye West, I think it is an appropriate title for this Galantines Day Blog.
Annual Business Check Up
Since January is a time for recentering, refocusing, resolutions, January is a perfect time to review the systems in place in your business. Just as your doctor would check your blood pressure, do blood tests to check your cholesterol, and your breathing, we should be doing this for our business.
Myths About Incorporating Your Business
Today’s segment is about choosing your legal business entity, but before I get into the specifics about corporations, sole proprietorships and limited liability companies, I want to clear up a few myths surrounding whether or not you should be an incorporated entity.