If you are considering franchising your business or purchasing a franchise of another business, you probably have legal questions about franchising. As a first step, you'll likely need to draft or review a Franchise Disclosure Agreement. A franchise lawyer may ask about the number of franchises of the business that currently exist and about the states in which you operate or intend to operate.
Prepare for your first meeting or call with a franchising lawyer using Priori’s franchising resources, including our franchising worksheet. Using our franchising checklist that sets forth key issues, you’ll be able to think through the most important legal questions about franchising in advance of your meeting with your lawyer. You can even send your completed franchising worksheet directly to your lawyer, so your lawyer can prepare in advance of your meeting and make your interaction as productive and cost-effective as possible. If needed, Priori can also connect you with a franchising lawyer in our vetted network who can assist you with all your legal questions about franchising.