004: To waiver or not to waiver…making legal fun!

004: To waiver or not to waiver…making legal fun!

I don't know about you but I love the creative side of business, not the number + legal + paperwork side. If you are a fan of both, then I am totally jealous. But this is why I love that there are amazing people out there like Alyssa from Legal Doer. She makes legal easy (and fun) ....check out the permanent jewelry waiver she offers (link below).

You can spend your time on things in your business that really moves the needle forward, not hours on creating a legit waiver...especially if you do not LOVE doing those kind of tasks. I want my business to be as easy and enjoyable as I can without breaking the bank.

So many amazing things packed into this episode! Sit down and get ready to take notes!

xo, Jen 


Episode Summary

Alyssa is the face behind LegalDoer - She has a passion for helping small businesses in all their legal needs while making legal fun, easy to understand, and accessible! In this episode we dive into all things, contracts, LLC's vs Sole Proprietorship, to waiver or not to waiver? Do I need a trademark? What are the laws surrounding permanent jewelry on minors? And the importance of insurance, waivers, and LLC’s and how the 3 work together to protect you and your business. This is an episode you won’t want to miss!


LegalDoer Website

Instagram: @legaldoer 

Permanent Jewelry Waiver

LegalDoer Mimi Corse

LegalDoer Templates

How to Start an LLC in All 50 States 

Waiver Platforms


Clever Waiver

Waiver Forever

Waiver Sign


Alyssa's Bio:

Alyssa has been a practicing lawyer for over 12 years, and is dual licensed in California and Nevada.  She is a wife, a mom of 2 (a 5 & 2 year old), a scuba diver/travel enthusiast, and a doer. In March of 2023, she stepped away from her attorney career at a law firm to go full time in her online business, Legal Doer.  She is on a mission to make (credible) legal more accessible, affordable, and easy to understand for creators and business owners. 
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