By Matt Dickstein
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I practice franchise law, for both franchisors and franchisees. I understand that you have a limited budget, so my philosophy is to provide maximum legal coverage and protection at the minimum price.
My franchise practice has three basic parts:
First, I help start-up franchisors. If you are interested in this topic, go to my page Helping Start-up Franchisors. You can also read my articles, Should I Franchise My Business? and How to Start a Franchise System.
*** For help with your franchise disclosure document (UFDD), see my article The Franchise Disclosure Document.
*** For an overview of registering your franchise in CA, see California Franchise Registration.
*** To understand how franchise systems compare with business opportunities, seller assisted marketing, licenses and more, see What’s the Difference Between a Franchise and — Seller Assisted Marketing Plans, Business Opportunities, Multilevel Marketing, Salespersons, Licenses, Distributorships?
Second, I help existing franchisors with their legal compliance and housekeeping work. If you are interested in this topic, go to my page Helping Existing Franchisors. You can also read:
Third, I help franchisees with their purchase of a franchise and other business / legal needs. If you are interested in this topic, go to my page Helping Franchisees. Check out:
Thank you for visiting my website and I wish you luck.