Check out Wisconsin Legal Blank. They have pretty much anything you can think of.
I second WI Legal Blank. I get my forms from there.
Third Legal Blank. Generally investors really only need to consult an attorney if things get risky or confusing with a deal they are working on. Of course it is never a bad idea to get to look around for an attorney you can trust before you need their assistance!
Thanks for the tip. I am looking to invest in the next few months in Milwaukee.
All the best,
If you are in the Milwaukee area and able to attend the Brew City REI Meetup at the end of the month, there will be two REI attorneys that I use for legal documents that fall outside of what WI Legal Blank offers such as operating agreements or notes, etc that are speaking at the event.
where would I be able to find an “Assignment Contract”?
Would WI Legal Blank have that?
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