With a vision to one day be able to stay at home with my family while still contributing financially, I started a small Etsy shop from a storage closet in college. As my small business grew and that dream came true, so did my passion for helping other women who shared the desire to work from home but still do something they love. So around here, you'll find resources and tools to help you steward your home and work well.
Tell me if this sounds familiar…
You’ve got a talent people will pay you for. You’re fired up about it. You’re ready to go. And just as you’re about to accept your first payment (Cha-Ching!), you panic!
“Am I doing this legally?” you wonder.
“Do I need to be doing something more official for Pam here to pay me?”
“LLC? Federal Tax ID? Do I need all these just to get started?”
Look, I know, all the legal steps to small business and mumbo-jumbo can slow us down.
If you don’t know the right next step to take, and don’t have a professional you trust to help you out, it’s easy to get stuck.
That’s why in today’s episode, we’re talking with online business attorney Paige Griffith, and diving into foundational legal steps to start making money with your passion project online.
Paige is the owner of a virtual law firm working with online businesses and wedding industry professionals. She is a certified Juris Doctor barred in the state of Montana and holds a double B.A. in Economics and Political Science. After working as a federal law clerk, Paige traded in the traditional law life for a virtual one and opened the doors to The Legal Paige in 2018.
She helps her clients run legal and protected businesses and counsels them on issues related to contracts, intellectual property, privacy, and business law. Her mission is to create an online space where the law isn’t so scary and entrepreneurs can get legally legit in no time.
Law aside, Paige is a small town Montana girl who loves travel, her dog, Sugar, and a good glass of red wine. My kinda gal!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
Once you’ve had a chance to listen, I’d love to hear from you.
Which of these resonated the most and why? How do you plan to take you take action now?