Any person can act as a lawyer for themselves but a business lawyer has years of experience and education in the specific field of businesses and starts-ups.
A business lawyer may be able to provide you with options that are better and with knowledge of the law you may not have. You may find that the time spent on resolving a problem is short and the results are better.
Also, lawyers speak the "business" language. Have you tried to read a legal document and did you understand? Business lawyers speak the language because they write it.
A business lawyer works with other lawyers and accountants all the time and is skillful in solving problems that may arise from interacting with other people in the business field.
You can use a lawyer for a variety of things, including:
- Incorporating a business
- Registering copyrights and trademark
- Purchasing or selling a business
- Drafting and reviewing any kinds of contracts and agreements
Lawyers, like doctors, have specialties. The same way doctors have specialties in children, skin, eye doctor, lawyers will specialize in family law, business law, etc. So it’s important to have the right lawyer for your specific business.
Sam Mollaei, Esq., business lawyer, from Mollaei Law can be reached @ (818) 925-0002 or by visiting MollaeiLaw.com.