As the other answers mention, there are a ton of seed funding legal document templates online, on sites such as Docracy, the NVCA, and a lot of the large law firm’s websites. But the danger of just filling out a templates you find online is that you don’t fully understand the provisions of the document, and the effects on your company.
Drafting seed funding legal documents is an area that can truly make or break your company’s future success. This is the one area that I highly recommend that you seek the advice of an experienced startup attorney.
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As your startup grows, you might run into issues concerning raising additional capital from angels and VC’s, protecting your company’s intellectual property, employee agreements and more–legal stuff that a lawyer can help you organize from day one.
Hope that helps! If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out 🙂