The laws on franchising are comprehensive, requiring franchise legal documents.
In order to legally franchise your business, you must have a properly prepared Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) and Franchise Agreement.
When correctly drafted, these franchise legal documents clearly spell out your relationship with your Franchisees and your mutual responsibilities.
With National Franchise Associates’s approach to franchise development, we also help you structure your franchise program in order to best meet your company’s goals.
In addition, your franchise company may need other legal services as well, including: