Augusta UFOC Review Attorneys
Uniform Franchise Offering Circular Lawyers
In Georgia, you cannot start a franchise without first being given and agreeing to a document known as a Uniform Franchise Offering Circular or a Franchise Disclosure Document. There are a lot of things to take into account before you become a franchisee and an experienced attorney can help you make sure it fits into the vision of your business. At the law offices of Trotter Jones, LLP, our Augusta FDD review lawyers can help you make the right decision for your business.
Make sure you explore your options and learn more about your rights before you sign your UFOC or FDD. Contact us today and we can help you make the right choice.
Make Sure The Franchise Disclosure Document Protects Your Rights
The Uniform Franchise Offering Circular is a document that all franchisers must give to Georgia franchisees. Before you can go ahead and begin your franchise, you must agree to the terms and conditions of the UFOC, sign the document and send it back to your franchiser, so it can be documented for public record. You cannot start your franchise until your UFOC has been completed.
Once you receive your UFOC, which is now officially called an FDD (Franchise Disclosure Document), we will sit down with you face to face and help you understand your rights and obligations as a franchisee. We will make sure the terms of the UFOC fit your business model and we will make sure you are prepared to move forward with the agreement.
With extensive franchise law experience, our attorneys understand what a UFOC should do to protect your rights. We also understand how these documents hold up in the court of law. If you are involved in a franchise dispute, we will be ready to protect your rights.
Review Your UFOC and Start Building Your Franchise
The sooner you understand the terms of the FDD, the sooner you can start developing your business. We are here to take care of your legal concerns, so you can focus on the things you do best. Located in Augusta, we help a wide range of Georgia businesses with their franchise law concerns. Contact us online or call us at (706) 737-3138 today to learn more.