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Indie Hackers Lawyer Recommendations

Hi all,

Did some searching on the forum to try to find recommendations but came up empty handed.

Hi all, I’m looking for legal advice related to matters like IP/consultant agreements and TOS/privacy policies. I’m currently in Florida and I’ve just incorporated in Delaware. I’m working on a couple of projects. Right now the company is just me using Upwork freelancers and I’m bootstrapping with no external funding or employees.

I think I will probably need some help with consultant agreements (written in approachable/understandable language for overseas contractors), terms/privacy policy in the near future, and generally, someone to consult when legal matters come up.

Does anyone have any recommendations for affordable small firms familiar with startups/bootstrapped companies?

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    Hi @jowo, I can freely recommend Maria Worley from @Start_Law. She absolutely rocks. My company is incorporated in Delaware, and she not only replies in timely manner, but also follow up on her own. So, I really trust her with everything regarding my business, and feel super-comfortable to recommend her to you too.

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    I would like to recommend myself :) Feel free to reach out for any help.

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    I had same concerns/needs a while ago. These are relevant and useful legal services I managed to dig up and bookmark:
    https://tabler.one/share/bebf286a0acaba881685cb0ed76cb2b1

    We use Iubenda for ToS and Privacy Policy.
    https://www.iubenda.com/

    I use my own adaptation of Andy Clarke's open source contract for consulting projects:
    https://stuffandnonsense.co.uk/projects/contract-killer/

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      This is a great list. Thank you.

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