• February 2019
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Is it a good idea to switch your startup’s law firm if they don’t have experience with startups? When would you switch? How time-consuming is it to do that?

It’s a good idea for your startup to seek other legal counsel if your current firm doesn’t “seem to have much experience when it comes to startups.” A good startup lawyer is one who has experience working with them! He/she needs a background in startup law to provide the insight needed to understand the everyday stressors that startups face. The lawyer should provide in-depth services to an exclusive number of clients and understand the companies culture and objectives. The lawyer must be committed to gaining the trust of the startups key personnel by figuring out the business inside out. Most importantly, the lawyer must be committed to being available when needed.

When it comes to price, startup lawyers should offer affordable prices for startups to grow their businesses. The best lawyers provides connections to support the growth and inspire the true spirit of entrepreneurship by providing warm introductions that can change your business for the better. Lastly, trust your instincts. Input from friends and family are great but sometimes can be unreliable. Your own opinion matters a lot. While expertise and years of experience are important, if you don’t feel comfortable with person, or can’t envision yourself having confidential conversations with them, then you should probably pass on them.

These are the qualities we look for when we invite lawyers to join LawTrades from thousands of applications. Our goal is to curate the best startup lawyers in the US and make them easily accessible to the most promising startups out there. Simply stop by our site, answer a few questions and we’ll match you with a startup attorney depending on your needs and budget.

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