Franchise Disclosure

Purchasing a franchise can be both exciting and intimidating. Costs and obligations need to be spelled out in a Franchise Disclosure Document, which can get complex. An attorney in our network can help navigate the process and help you on your way to becoming a franchisee.

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Before you purchase a franchise, the law requires that you be given a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) spelling out your costs and obligations, as well as detailed information about the franchise company. Talking to an attorney who understands the intricacies of franchise disclosure is an important first step of the franchise purchasing process. For a low flat fee only available to legal plan members, an attorney who has experience with franchise disclosure matters can help you understand your rights and obligations as a franchisee. Franchise Disclosure Documents can sometimes be hundreds of pages long and difficult to understand. Get help understanding the obligations, costs, benefits, and the other terms or conditions contained in the Franchise Disclosure Document by speaking to a legal plan attorney.

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