10 Legal Docs Every Startup Founder Needs To Know About

Starting a company is an inherently legal process. The company itself is a legal entity. There are laws that govern the transfer and ownership of company shares. Intellectual property rights – trademarks, copyrights, and patents – exist only because the law created...

How To Draft An Iron-Clad Founders’ Agreement

When a small group of founders get together and start a new venture, they will need to discuss the terms of the business relationship with one another. How are work responsibilities shared among founders? How is equity split among them? What would happen if one of the...

Is a Spanish Entrepreneurship Visa Your Ticket to Europe?

Established in 2013, Spain’s entrepreneurship visa provides a fast track to establishing residency in the European Union. If you dream of living and working in Spain, is the Spanish entrepreneurship visa right for you? If so, what are you waiting for? With the...

What Happens If Your Co-Founder Wants To Leave The Company?

You and your co-founder spent months, if not years, building your company. You worked side-by-side (or perhaps remotely) for more hours than you care to count, and you both made significant contributions that you can directly attribute to the business’s current...

Asset Protection for Retirement Plans

You’ve spent your entire working life saving for retirement. You’ve adopted a conservative investment strategy, and you think your retirement assets are relatively safe. But, are they? Or, could a judgment or commercial creditor come and steal them away? Whether you...

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