Setting up your business with the proper knowledge of legalities and strategic choices is of real importance to the relocation of your photography business.
There's tons of recommendations and half-information out there that can lead you astray. Here at TheLawTog® we work with clients in our private legal practices consistently - whether helping them set up their business or help to fix a DIY situation.
With RELOCATEit, a business relocation guide, you will be equipped with the knowledge needed to make smart and strategic business decisions for your photography business relocation.
In fact, we (Rachel and a few of the other military spouse attorneys here at TheLawTog®) have relocated over..and over...and over. This guide is the resource we wish we had when we were moving - instead of having to figure it out on our own. (i.e. getting that notice from a state when you forgot to file or update something! eek!)
We understand that it is probably best to talk to an attorney about doing this for you - but with this guide you will learn how to relocate your own business and make the decisions only you, the owner, can make.
Also, it gives you an idea of questions to ask an attorney PLUS it can (potentially) lead to a smaller legal bill in the end!
Should you not want to go the route of hiring an attorney, the guide will equip you with the information needed to file your own relocation/formation paperwork with the proper state government.
Included is a lawyer-created 75-page guide filled with legal and business knowledge on topics such as:
- the 5P's of relocation
- deciding to relocate
- overview of formations
- sole proprietorships
- limited liability companies
- moving your business formation
- insurance policy tips
- protecting your business name (& trademarks!)
- employer identification number tips
- marketing research
- marketing planning
This guide is accompanied with helpful bonuses such as:
- All 50 State specific links for formation
- Checklist of items to do and update when relocating
Legally relocate your business. Protect your business. Do it all with this relocation guide.
There is crossover information with the BizForm guide but it is not all inclusive.
2. Download to your computer (not phone or tablet) and back up your new contract templates. Files come as .doc and can be opened in Word, Notepad, etc.
3. Fill-in-the-blanks and edit to your business policies and local laws
4. Copy and paste into any contract signing system OR simply print!
As a team of lawyers and photographers, we know what it's like.
And we don't want fear of the unknown keeping you up at night.
That's why we offer affordable photographer contracts tailored to professionals just like you. Our team of lawyers and photographers at TheLawTog® develop, review, and approve every contract.
We think this is a pretty awesome combo—legal expertise and photographer know-how.
If you're afraid of client disputes and potential liability, you're not alone. Business conflict is time-consuming, expensive, and harmful. Which makes it essential to protect your work.
Protecting your business with clear and comprehensive contracts is non-negotiable. Whether you're starting out, shooting for free, or an experienced professional, legal protection is extremely important.
Every contract template we provide is easy to edit and should be tailored to reflect business policies and laws in your state.
While you can obtain a contract through a non-photographer lawyer, it may not be the best choice. Since our templates were created by—and for—photographers, they are typically more comprehensive. And cool news, they can save you money.
Lawyer-drafted. Photographer approved.
No recurring fees - just one time payment.
While TheLawTog is run by a lawyer, it is not a law firm and provides no legal services. All templates, courses and products are educational content only. Use of this website does not create a lawyer/client relationship.
All contracts are drafted on general contract principles for the United States of America. These contracts go through a multi-level review process with attorneys and photographers.
Each contract has fill-in-the-blank sections and allows for editing to suit your business policies + local state laws.