Protect Your Personal Assets by Properly Executing Your Business Contracts

A contract is more than a piece of paper.
Business contracts can serve the purpose of protecting your business and personal assets, but must be executed properly in order to be most effective. Contracts voice the terms and clauses of an agreement between two or more parties and can be the defining line of who owns what and what business rights are in motion. 
Short summary: contracts are IMPORTANT.  Every person involved in a business transaction should know what their signing, why their signing, and what is in effect after they sign. 
Listen to Attorney LaConya Murray integrate some legal tea into her explanation of what it means to execute a contract and what to consider before signing.

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About the Own Your Genius Podcast

The Own Your Genius podcast is the perfect mix of business, law, and mindset to help black entrepreneurs succeed in business and life.

Join Attorney LaConya Murray each month as she and guest share their entrepreneurial journey, tricks of the trade, and their secrets to getting out of their own way to succeed.

Inspired by her grandmother, the community bootlegger Attorney Murray‘s passion for helping entrepreneurs started early. Today she helps entrepreneurs throughout the country protect their brand, content, and ideas through trademarks, copyrights, and business development.

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