CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Sodoma Law, P.C., based in Charlotte today announced the launch of a new initiative aimed at helping Charlotte area small businesses thrive. The series will consist of two monthly events: Small Business Saturday and Tuesday Business Talks. By offering Saturday office hours and ongoing business talks, Sodoma Law hopes to bridge the gap between Charlotte's growing business community and approachable legal counsel.
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"Charlotte has a strong, growing community of small businesses. Unfortunately, however, business owners don't know what they don't know. We all too often are helping clients after it's too late instead of building the right foundation for them," said Nicole Sodoma, Managing Principal and Founder of Sodoma Law. "We are excited to launch this initiative to help build those foundations to make our business community stronger. With our business talks and Saturday meetings, we hope to accommodate client schedules, particularly small business owners who need to spend their days on site and not tied up in meetings with their advisors."
The first Small Business Saturday event is scheduled for Saturday, July 23 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and will occur one Saturday every month through November. Appointments must be scheduled in advanced, and business owners are encouraged to bring personal, business, and employee documents in order for counsel to review the full scope of their needs.
Sodoma Law's first Tuesday Business Talk will occur on Tuesday, August 2 at a local co-working space, finalized details forthcoming. The speaker series will feature various Sodoma Law business attorneys and include topics such as: Are you an employee or an independent contractor? Should you LLC, INC, or something else?
"Many of the attorneys at Sodoma Law, including myself, have experience both in the courtroom and in starting our own business," shared Kerry Everett, attorney at Sodoma Law and a Tuesday Business Talks scheduled speaker. "Who better understands the hard work and dedication it takes to build a small business than someone who has done it themselves?"
About Sodoma Law, P.C.
Sodoma Law, P.C. is headquartered just minutes from the courthouse in Charlotte, North Carolina. Its Family Law, Estate Planning and Business attorneys practice in the historic Walter Brem House and the historic G.G. Galloway House in Charlotte. Its location in Monroe, Union County, focuses on Family Law. The firm also has a fourth location in Ballantyne to serve its South Charlotte clients. The firm's areas of practice include Family Law, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Appellate, Estate Planning, and Business Law. Like Sodoma Law on Facebook, follow them on Twitter (@SodomaLaw), and follow Managing Principal Nicole Sodoma (@NSodoma).
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