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Eliminate unnecessary lawyer fees

Hiring a lawyer to incorporate your business is not a requirement.

You don't need a lawyer to incorporate your business. Nevertheless, in certain circumstances it may be sensible to hire a lawyer to incorporate. It is recommended that you see a lawyer instead of using our services if your incorporation seems to involve a high degree of complexity or if you have specific questions. Business owners sometimes feel more assured by hiring a lawyer to incorporate. In fact, if you have the extra time and money, we encourage you to hire a lawyer.

However, Direct Incorporation is an accessible alternative for entrepreneurs who require precise, efficient incorporation services for a fraction of a lawyer's fees.

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