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#157119 08/22/05 03:30 PM
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I am currently in the process of starting a small-0time compnay with a friend of mine who is licensed.

I need some help with the paperwork that has been drawn up to this point. I really have little knowledge of technical laws and want a few opinions on if I am getting a raw deal or not.

I would want to e-mail it to people rather than post here though. It is small. probably 10-15 kb.

Please post here if you would be interested in helping me.

Thanks

Philip


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#157120 08/22/05 08:34 PM
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Feel free to send it to me. I'll probably tell you to see your lawyer. When I incorporated my previous company I saw my lawyer. He was usually very easy going.

During the meeting he got VERY serious and said "Tell me before you consider a partner. It's like a marraige except you write up the divorce papers in the beginning."

Dave

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I'll also be glad to look it over for you, but also will probably sugest a lawyer.

You say you can't afford a lawyer, I say you can't afford not to see a lawyer.

#157122 08/22/05 10:50 PM
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I would be glad to help You in any way.

#157123 08/25/05 07:15 PM
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Thanks for the replies guys.

Anyone know where I can get decent legal advice for a reasonable price?


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