While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) was disrupting everyone’s lives, Palmer Lehman Sandberg worked to achieve a balance – continuing to take care of our clients’ legal needs, while protecting our clients, our employees, and our community (local and nationwide).

As Texas has begun to reopen, Palmer Lehman Sandberg has adjusted accordingly.

  • We are available for in-office meetings, with the following protections in place – while in our building and our office common areas (lobby, elevators, hallways, etc.), visitors must wear face coverings, and maintain social distancing (minimum 6’) as much as possible.
  • We continue telephone and video conferencing in place of face-to-face meetings, for those who prefer it.

As we continue to serve you, we wish everyone safety and good health as together we move forward through these uncertain times.

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How to choose a partner when starting a business

| Nov 19, 2019 | Business Formation |

If you don’t already know who your partner will be in your new business venture, you will need to choose one. This can be a challenging process, especially if you don’t know where to start. Today, we will provide you with a handful of tips for choosing a partner to help start your business in Dallas, Texas.

First and foremost, you will want to find a partner who has some sort of experience in the business world, especially if you don’t. You will want to look to partner with someone who has helped work with startups in the past. These skills can go a long way in helping your business succeed.

The next thing you should do when looking for a business partner is find someone who has the same values and vision as you. If you partner with someone who doesn’t share your values, the company will suffer from the outset.

Try to find someone who does not come with a lot of baggage in their personal life. Why? If they are dealing with a lot of issues at home, those issues might spill over into the business. Those issues will likely cause your partner to lose focus on the task at hand as well.

Find a partner who has strong personal and business ethics. You want someone who will follow the law, do everything on the up and up and has no problem blowing the whistle on inappropriate, illegal or unethical practices.

Choosing a partner when starting a business in Texas is an important first step. If you follow the tips outlined here you should be able to find a partner who can help you grow the business from the ground up.

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