Are you surprised by all the paperwork and details involved in getting a new business up and running? It’s incredible, isn’t it? There are many decisions you have to make, expenses that never stop, and every time you think you’ve got a handle on things, something else pops up.
I’ve got news for you: It doesn’t get any easier. If you are a veteran business owner you know that there will be more paperwork, more details, more decisions.
But guess what? It’s worth it! I understand how excited you are about your business and you want to do everything for your business to succeed.
Your business can succeed, you know. I’ve observed many start-up companies succeed. But only sometimes.
But, I have observed many businesses go bankrupt. Some within one month.
Even though they worked hard and had the best of intentions, many business owners lose everything. It’s ugly: tremendous debts, dreams and aspirations dashed. Many have to return back to work for the job they hate so that they can pay off their debts.
What makes the difference? Why do some business owners amass great wealth while others fail miserably?
As a lawyer, I am probably not the one to tell you how to build a successful company. But as a business attorney who represents people like you, I can tell you exactly how to make your business fail.
LITIGATION. Getting sued. Many business owners go out of business because of a large judgment against them that they cannot pay. Or, they spend so much on legal fees, it wipes them out.
Want to know something else? It’s amazing, but in many cases these owners could have avoided the lawsuit completely, or protected themselves from personal liability. They could have survived!
All they had to do was get some legal advice. In advance.
Before they signed a lease or contract. Before they took on a partner or hired an employee. Before they made business decisions involving serious legal consequences.
Ten minutes of legal advice may have prevented all that failure, bankruptcy, misery, and shame
But they don’t get that advice, do they? And we both know why.
On top of all the other expenses of starting and running a new business, there never seems to be enough left for legal fees. After all, legal advice is expensive, right?
The Law Office of Frederic R. Abramson offers fee structures that is more than billable hours.
There is a way for you to have the legal advice you need at a cost so low you would be a fool to turn it down.
Here is what it’s all about:
My firm has just introduced what I call the “Small Business General Counsel Plan.” For a monthly retainer of only $500, you get up to two hours of free telephone consultations and attorney legal document review every month.
You can ask all the questions you want and get the money-saving, headache-avoiding answers you need. You can have me review and comment on contracts, leases, letters, forms and anything else you use in your business. You’ll know what’s legal, what’s fair, and what’s not. No surprises. No more doubts.
Do you realize what that means? It means you can sleep like a baby at night knowing that your attorney is “on call.” It means that you can get the answers that you need, when you need them, so you can quickly get back to running your business.
It means never having to “blindly” sign anything that could cost you thousands of dollars more than you should have paid because you didn’t have time to read the “fine print.” It means never having to make uniformed decisions that could get you sued for hundreds of thousands in damages.
It means incredible piece of mind for you and your family.
That alone must be worth more than $500 a month to you, yet that’s all it costs.
Call me at 212–233-0666 to get started today or ask me any questions about how the plan could help you achieve your goals.
I look forward speaking with you.