Daniel D.

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Member Since: June 29, 2023
Naples, Florida

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Hourly Rate
$400
State License
FL
Years Practicing
6
Insurance
Yes
General
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Client Feedback
Legal Answers
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Platform Experience
Employment
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Business Formation
LLC Start Up Package

$2,000

7-day delivery

What's included:

  • 60 minute consultation
  • 1 Operating Agreement
  • 1 Initial Meeting Minutes/Consent in Lieu of meeting
  • 1 Banking Resolution
  • 1 Resolution Approving Registered Agent
  • 1 Consent to be Registered Agent
  • 1 Template Resolution
  • 1 Member Draw Resolution
  • Follow Up calls as needed to complete Operating Agreement
Loan Agreement
Loan - Mortgage and Promissory Note

$1,500

2-day delivery

What's included:

  • 1 Mortgage
  • 1 Promissory Note
  • Client Consultation
  • Instructions on signing and recording
Business Formation
Corporation Formation

$3,000

10-day delivery

What's included:

  • Corporate By Laws
  • Banking Resolution
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Notice and waiver of meeting
  • Resolution Approving Registered Agent
  • Consent to be Registered Agent
  • Template Resolution
  • Consent to be appointed Director

Client Feedback

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11 Questions Answered / 4 Recent Answers
August 4, 2023
A: The one thing to make sure with noncompete agreements is that it is reasonable in terms of duration and the area you cannot compete in. Courts use a reasonableness test to determine whether a noncompete agreement is valid. If provisions are deemed to be unreasonable and fail the test, they could be altered or struck out of the agreement.
July 25, 2023
A: This is a great question to ask. The first step is to register your business with the Florida Department of State on Sunbiz; that will get you legally set up to get rolling. The second step to setting up your LLC properly is to adopt an operating agreement. This agreement tells how the business will run, how it will handle new members and the powers that existing members and/or managers will have amongst other important paragraphs to have. You can be creative as you want with an operating agreement. Before you adopt your operating agreement you should consider topics like: do i want it to be run by members or managers; do i plan on having partners in the future or now; am I going to look for investors at some point? These questions can help you draft an operating agreement that will suit your needs as a business owner and show others that you were strategic in thinking of the future. You can also use an operating agreement for business succession planning incase you are incapacitated or die.
July 25, 2023
A: The Courts use a reasonableness standard determine if a non-compete is reasonable in time and geographic scope. It would be necessary to see the non-compete to tell you what it says, the areas it would cover and if it would prevent you from taking another position.
July 25, 2023
A: It is hard to say what your rights and obligations are under that separation agreement without seeing it as all agreements and the obligations contained within them are different and could impact you in various ways.