After testing this service the past couple of months, I'm excited to announce a new legal education service for people who work called The Everyday Lawyer, whose mission is to help everyday entrepreneurs, business owners, and workers become fluent in basic business legalese.
In a nutshell, if you've got a contract you don't understand for whatever reason (it's new to you, you don't know whether to sign it, you don't know how to get out of it, you're confused about what your responsibilities are in relation to it), then you can just send it to me along with your questions, and I'll explain everything in plain terms.
The goal of this service is to walk you through the contract and its terms well enough so that when you encounter the same situation, you'll know what to do. Because most entrepreneurs and workers encounter a series of the same one or two contracts in their work. Once you've seen one and know what to look for, you've seen them all. So I teach you what to look for.
I created this service because after almost 10 years of lawyering, I'm really frustrated with how confusing the law is for everyday people and even more frustrated with how expensive it can be to try to understand it. This is especially a problem as we continue to expand where, how, and when we work. If there is any hope for people being able to work on their own terms, then it's my belief that you need to know what the terms actually mean!
Anyway, this service is for you if you work. I've done employment, consulting, freelancer, talent, partnership/collaboration, and advisor agreements to name a few. You can check out my website to learn more. Right now, I'm offering a 30% discount to the first 14 customers. No code needed.
Here's to working on our own terms!