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Stop wasting time and money on start up business lawyers that fail to fulfill your needs. Trusli matches you with top-notch lawyers who have the expertise and dedication to solve your problems.

If you need an attorney for a business start up, Trusli is the #1 solution designed for small businesses who need to connect with a dedicated attorney.

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Ensure compliance when you hire, fire, and create contracts for your new hires.

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As a business owner, your time is money. Searching for a lawyer, interviewing them, and making the right choice takes time and resources. Trusli believes that finding legal representation you can trust should never take away from running your business.The Trusli system ensures you connect with a startup business attorney quickly so you can get on with the important stuff: supercharging your business’s growth.Follow our three-step system to construct your legal team:

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Visit Trusli and type in your issue. Provide as much detail as you can to ensure you get the lawyer with the skills and the experience to help you with your problem.

Whether you have a legal question or are experiencing more pressing issues that need urgent attention, Trusli attorneys stand ready to take on your legal challenges. Connect with Trusli any time and put your business in good hands.

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Trusli uses an intelligent matchmaking system to connect you with the lawyer best suited for your business.

At the core of Trusli’s matchmaking system is artificial intelligence. Using business knowledge and robust technology, this intelligent platform plays the ultimate matchmaker between startups and their lawyers. Get matched with a trusted law firm for startups that doesn’t just understand your current legal situation, but anticipates the future.

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Other platforms may simply offer recommendations for a selection of lawyers to get in touch with. Trusli flips this process and puts you in control. 

Once matched with a lawyer, they will analyze your query and contact you to further discuss how they can help. Once introductions have been made, you are free to plan your legal strategy with your new startup attorney. It’s that easy!  
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“As a startup owner, we always need lawyers for different things. It used to be that whenever we needed a lawyer for anything, we asked our friends for referrals. Then they gave us the wrong kind of lawyers after hours of back and forth. Ever since I found Trusli, this problem has been solved. Trusli provides a full range of different kinds of business attorneys and all you need to do is to type up your question. The small business lawyers from their network are professional, reliable and affordable. I strongly recommend any startup or small business owner to use Trusli for any legal need!”

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Formation | Transactions | Shareholder rights

Employment

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Immigration

Founder's visa | Employee's visa | Green card

Intellectual property

Patents | Trademarks | Copyright

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At Trusli, we believe that finding a talented lawyer for a startup company shouldn’t be stressful. That’s why Trusli offers a revolutionary approach to matching you with the right startup attorney for your organization.

How do you get started? Just drop your question into the platform and answer a few simple questions. Based on your answers, Trusli matches you with a business startup lawyer who has the expertise and experience to address your specific needs.

Trusli is committed to quality, which is why we thoroughly vet every single attorney accepted onto the platform. Our systems perform in-depth analysis to guarantee:

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