Serving Your Business Virtually
Running a business requires a lot of moving parts. From marketing to payroll to taxes, business owners like you are often pulled in 1,000 different directions. The last thing you need is to be forced to work with a local attorney rather than an attorney who fits your business’s needs. Do you really have to take time away from your business to drive to your lawyer’s office whenever you need help with a legal issue? That’s why it’s crucial to partner with a virtual business law attorney like Paul Spitz, founder of Kinetic Law. As a startup and small business law firm serving Ohio and California, we help you with your legal needs with the convenience of a virtual law firm.
Working with an experienced attorney is vital to growing and scaling your enterprise. Our experience, support, and guidance can help you with many of the primary pillars that create the structure of your operation. Having this foundation in place will allow you to focus on creating a profitable and viable company.
What is a Virtual Business Law Attorney?
Just like the name suggests, a virtual business law attorney is a business attorney who provides all services virtually. In other words, they communicate with their clients using technology like email, secure client portals, video meetings, electronic signatures, and more. Virtual business law attorneys can give business owners seamless access to legal support in our fast-paced world. So, support is only a click away, whether sitting at home on your couch or traveling across the country.
Plus, because virtual business law attorneys don’t require in-person meetings, they can serve business owners outside their city limits so that you won’t be pigeonholed to attorneys in your immediate area. So, whether you need an attorney experienced in drafting contracts or raising capital, you can get the legal guidance you need.
For example, imagine you just launched a company developing Software-as-a-Service tools. Because you’re a new business owner, you spend most of your time developing software and managing operations. After a year of development, you are ready to go live and source new clients. But you don’t know the first thing about drafting binding contracts. So, without the contracts, your business is at a standstill.
Hiring a virtual business law attorney can help you draft and review contracts, without the need for you to step away from your company to meet with an attorney. Instead, you can do it right from your computer, saving you time and transportation costs.
A virtual business law attorney like Paul Spitz, founder of Kinetic Law, can help you ‘dot your i’s and cross your t’s’ when formulating legally binding contracts. This way, you can focus on scaling your business and serving your customers instead of being bogged down with the complexities of drafting and reviewing contracts on your own.
How Can a Virtual Business Attorney Help Business Owners?
Location is often restrictive. It can limit who and what you have access to. Fortunately, technology has broken down the barriers that location creates. With tools like email and virtual meetings, it’s possible to connect with almost anyone, anywhere, at any time, even business attorneys. Since business owners are always strapped for time, hiring a virtual business law attorney is a convenient way to get the legal guidance you need.
Hiring a business law attorney adds a layer of convivence and allows you to focus on the attorney’s experience instead of their location. So, if you can’t find a knowledgeable startup attorney in your city, you can expand your horizons to the entire state to find one suitable for your business needs.
For example, say you’re on the verge of selling your marketing consulting firm and need an attorney with experience in business acquisitions and contract negotiations—however, all of the business attorneys in your area practice general business law. You need a business attorney who has experience making deals happen. So, if you’re not confident in the experience of the attorneys in your area, you can expand your search to virtual business law attorneys across the nation with the experience you need to confidently get the deal done.
A knowledgeable virtual business law attorney like Paul Spitz understands the risks and unique issues business owners face. And, like you, our firm leverages technology to provide services efficiently, allowing us to run a lean business. This means we can lower costs, solve troubles faster, and put your needs first, no matter where you are in the world.
Why Choose Kinetic Law Over Conventional Law Firms?
Kinetic Law is a small business like yours, meaning we have distinctive benefits over larger firms. For example, we have streamlined systems that allow us to prioritize our client’s needs and provide cost-effective online business legal services and quicker response times. Plus, we have firsthand experience with the various risks entrepreneurs are exposed to, making their businesses vulnerable.
Thus, choosing a virtual business law firm, like Kinetic Law, over a conventional law firm comes with several advantages, making it an appealing alternative.
Lower pricing. From rent to office expenses, traditional law firms have substantial overhead costs which chip away at their revenues. However, since cloud-based law firms can serve clients anywhere on any device, they can operate at a fraction of the cost. In other words, having a lean operation means virtual business law firms can lower client expenses while providing the same high-quality service.
Convenience. Many conventional law firms struggled to adapt when the global pandemic forced businesses across the country to transition to remote work. However, as a virtual business law firm, we were able to seamlessly pivot within minutes rather than months since we already had the technology to assist our clients. Therefore, by partnering with a virtual business law firm, you can rest assured knowing that when local or global change occurs, you can continue to get your legal needs met without missing a beat.
Efficiency. Imagine a large e-commerce firm is ready buy your Shopify store, but they want to make the deal fast. If you can make it happen promptly, this deal could make your small online store a household name. Unfortunately, a conventional attorney may require you to visit their office for every appointment, which can significantly slow the process and potentially jeopardize the deal. Since time is of the essence, a virtual business law attorney can meet with you over the phone and communicate via email and client portals. This way, you can ensure the deal goes through.
Access to experience. Business owners need legal support distinctive to the risks of their business. So, hiring just any run-of-the-mill attorney won’t do. For example, you discover the closest business law attorney is three hours away. That means you would have to drive six hours there and back to meet with them, taking up the entire day you could have otherwise spent on your business. Working with a virtual business law attorney removes this barrier, providing you with access to a broader range of attorneys that can assist you with your distinctive business needs.
A broad range of service offerings. At first glance, companies that do online company formations seem like full-service virtual business law attorneys. However, these platforms usually only offer filing services and don’t offer legal support or guidance. So, if you need legal support outside business formation filings, you’ll have to go elsewhere.
Experienced virtual business law attorneys can offer assistance with your filing needs and provide the legal guidance and advice you need to build a viable and profit-making organization.
What Online Business Legal Services Does Kinetic Virtual Law Offer?
As a business owner, your time is precious. Unfortunately, this can make squeezing in your legal needs challenging. Kinetic Law provides all services virtually, so you can meet right from your office (or home) and never have to meet in person.
Our virtual service offerings can help safeguard you and your business, whether you’re launching a search engine optimization (SEO) consulting firm or making custom hats out of your basement.
Virtual Startup Online Business Legal Services
Delaware incorporation. When establishing your new enterprise, you must first incorporate your business. Choosing a well-suited corporate structure ensures you can reach your business goals and avoid legal headaches. Like many other U.S. business owners, you’ll likely form a Delaware corporation.
Incorporation services include:
- Delaware Certificate of Incorporation preparation and filing
- Assignment of intellectual property
- Founder stock agreements
- Post-incorporation document preparation
- Establishment of stock option plans
Equity and debt financing. Many business owners need to raise capital to grow and scale their businesses. Unfortunately, guidelines for raising capital are usually complicated and stringent, obstructing your attempts to raise funds for your business. Therefore, raising capital is not an area to go alone. Our experience will help make sure you follow all securities laws and that the contract terms are fair, creating a solid foundation for your business.
We offer the following equity and debt financing services:
- Private placement structure
- Venture capital rounds (preferred stock)
- Seed and angel rounds (SAFEs and convertible notes)
- Securities law compliance
- Debt and equity financing counseling
Virtual Small Business Services
Formation and governance. You must consider taxes, liability concerns, and securities law issues when structuring your company. Our online formation and governance services aid you in establishing a solid foundation that complies with all government guidelines and laws.
These services include:
- State documentation filing
- LLC Operating and shareholder agreements
- Entity formation and operation
Contract drafting and negotiations. Our contract drafting and negotiation services give you peace of mind that you’re making intelligent business decisions anytime you enter a contract or agreement. Plus, we assist you in making deals happen. So, whether a larger entity wants to purchase your organization or you’re joining forces with your competitor, we are here to bring the deal to fruition.
- Contracts for buying and selling businesses
- Master services agreements
- Negotiating business leases
- Various business agreements
How Our Virtual Business Law Attorney Can Help
Contact Virtual Business Law Attorney Paul Spitz
At Kinetic Law, we have years of experience virtually counseling entrepreneurs. We can help with business formation and structure, debt and equity financing, drafting, reviewing, and negotiating essential documents and contracts, as well as general counsel services.
Whether you operate your business in Ohio or California, partnering with Kinetic Law can comfort you by knowing you have the support you need to grow your business and get deals done.
Ready to get started? Contact us today for more information.