Business Lawyer for Entrepreneurs
Starting a business is an exciting experience.
Unfortunately, the process can be complicated and time-consuming.
That’s where my team comes in.
Mollaei Law provides business legal services including forming LLCs and Corporations (the best way to protect yourself and save on taxes), applying for EIN and ITIN, drafting and reviewing business contracts, registering trademarks, and answering your business questions.
I’m highly passionate, hard-working, and extremely responsive via email.
I have a strong passion in sharing my secrets and I hope to help you succeed in your business.
Join hundreds of other entrepreneurs who have trusted me with their business.
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