Pro Bono Services for the New Business Owner

Marissa Meredith
Providing pro bono activities in a coworking space offers a unique opportunity to work with different types of service providers.

Providing pro bono activities in a coworking space offers a unique opportunity to work with different types of service providers.

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The popularity of startups has risen in the past decade. We often hear stories of new businesses failing in their early years due to financial reasons. Owners are usually worried about business success, specifically, how to make a profit fast. Due to this laser focus on profitability, new business owners don’t often seek legal advice until they need it. The goal for startups should always be to avoid costly litigation by getting legal guidance in their early stages. This is where we come in. Attorneys. Those who are seasoned and those who are brand new to the field. In the words of Steve Jobs, “Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.”

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