10 Good Reasons Franchise Buyers Need A Lawyer
Before you sign for that franchise, have a pro read the fine print.
Finally you're poised to become an official franchisee.
You've completed due diligence: researched potential firms, found a product that "fits" with your interests, interviewed 10-15 other franchisees to hear the pros and cons. You've narrowed it down to the business you favor and it's time to sign on. Then, the franchisor provides a copy of the Franchise Disclosure Document and agreements. Omigod. It's several hundred pages of fine print.
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