Federal and State Business Licenses Made Simple
A small business plan from LegalShield makes the process of securing federal and state licenses easy and stress free.
Starting at $39.00 per month
Work With an Attorney to Cut Through the Clutter
If you’re not familiar with the federal and state licensing requirements for your business, finding the right applications and filling them out correctly can seem daunting. Working with an experienced small business attorney can make the process much faster and nearly painless. Attorney’s can help in several ways.
- Quickly identify the licenses and permits your business needs
- Explain the process to eliminate confusion and frustration
- Easily locate all the necessary forms and applications
- Guide you through filling out and submitting applications correctly
- Help you navigate the approval process
For as little as $39.00 per month you get unlimited consultation time with an attorney that has experience with federal and state business licensing. Join today and have your first consultation in 4 hours or less.
Apply for Licenses and Permits With Confidence
Some permits require filling out a simple online application that takes 5 minutes. Other licenses, such as a state liquor license, can be complicated, take a year and cost upwards of $300,000 to purchase from a private party.
Whatever the nature of the licenses you need, having an attorney on your team allows you to enter the application process with the confidence. You won’t have to guess about whether you’re filling out the forms correctly. Your chances of success go up while your stress goes down.
As a LegalShield member, you can submit applications for review by your attorney prior to filing. Also, you can have your attorney make phone calls and write letters to government agencies to facilitate the approval process for no additional fee.
How to Appeal Denials, Handle Expiration and Fight Fines
If you have applied for a federal or state license and your application is held up or has been denied, our attorneys can help you figure out what went wrong and file an appeal.
If you have been fined due to an expired license or other violation, you should have a phone consultation with an attorney experienced in federal and state licensing. Getting legal advice can help protect your rights and minimize financial damage to your business.
The most cost effective way to get the legal support you need, without the hefty hourly attorney fees, is to get a small business plan from LegalShield.
How a Legalshield Small Business Plan Works for Licenses and Permits
All LegalShield plans come jam-packed with valuable benefits. When it comes to applying for federal and state licenses, common plan usage is in two areas.
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE
You can speak with a licensing lawyer in your area to get advice about which licenses and permits you need and how to navigate the application process so you get approved.
TEMPLATES AND DOCUMENT REVIEW
You can submit applications up to 15 pages each and have your attorney provide feedback. Also, you can download relevant templates from our website, fill them out and have your attorney make sure they are correct before you file.
You get the best of both worlds. You get the help of an attorney to make sure the permitting process is handled correctly AND you save a ton of money.
Plans Start at Only $39.00 Per Month
Key Features of Our Small Business Legal Plans
LegalShield’s business plans can help you in the following areas.
Speak with your provider attorney on an unlimited number of business legal issues. One hour of legal research on each matter is included at no additional charge.
Your provider attorney can make phone calls or write letters on your behalf. Depending on the type of plan, a designated number of debt collection letters are included each month at no additional charge.
Have your provider attorney review documents and contracts up to 15 pages each. Preparation of documents is provided under the preferred member discount.
Your provider attorney can defend your business in covered civil lawsuits. Depending on the type of plan, a designated number of pre-trial hours and trial hours are included at no additional charge.