Launching a startup means making a lot of decisions. How will you fund it? What’s your go-to-market strategy? How do you hire the right people? It can feel overwhelming, especially when the decisions don’t fall within your area of expertise. Don’t panic, though. No one is an expert on all aspects of running a business. Anyone who tells you they are may be having you on 😉.
Whilst it’s always worth seeking expert advice, often just knowing the right questions to ask can help you make the right decisions. In this guide, we’ll break down five important questions to help with the legal aspects of successfully launching a startup.
How much does a startup lawyer cost?
Before we get into the checklist, you’re probably wondering how much a startup lawyer costs. At Scott Bailey, in addition to our usual fixed fee charges for legal work, we’ve designed a range of startup packages to cover a variety of startups. Depending on the requirements of your business, these packages range in price from £1,500 to £3,500 + VAT. During your initial consultation, we can assist you in understanding which package is the most suitable for you.
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Whilst these questions provide a great starting point, it is always advisable to seek legal advice when launching a startup. Our expert startup lawyers have extensive experience supporting new businesses. Don’t hesitate to get in touch to find out how our startup packages can provide your business with the best possible start.