Pennsylvania Franchise Lawyer

FortmanSpann, LLC is a legal team dedicated to helping franchisees prosper. We understand that taking on a franchise is no small matter, and as a franchisee, you have several concerns and priorities. While you manage running, operating, and building your franchise, we will handle the legal side of things. Sometimes, franchisors act dishonestly. In other cases, franchisees simply need a bit of legal guidance so they can maximize their profits. No matter your situation, you should strongly consider retaining a knowledgeable and skilled Pennsylvania franchise lawyer from FortmanSpann, LLC who can help ensure your business reaches its full potential. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you.

Franchise Lawyer Serving Clients in Pennsylvania | On Your Side

We find that often, franchisors are out only for themselves. Though your business prospering on its own can’t hurt your franchisor, if they see there’s an opportunity to make more money by violating your agreement, such as by opening up another franchise across the road, they may choose to go back on those terms and do what serves their best interests. Whether you’re just starting out or require legal assistance dealing with your franchisor, FortmanSpann, LLC is here to help.

Our Franchise Law Services

We pride ourselves on providing our franchisee clients with top-of-the-line legal services when they need them most. We don’t take our responsibility lightly–when you hire us, you can guarantee that we’ll be by your side, fighting for your business, every step of the way. Just some of the facets of franchise law we can assist our clients with are as follows:

  • Franchise Acquisition: There are few things more exciting than starting a business. If you’re prepared to become a franchisee, you should first consult with an experienced Pennsylvania franchise lawyer who can assess the terms of your contract and ensure you’re not getting a raw deal. We can also walk you through all of the ins and outs of starting a franchise and how you can start off on the right foot.
  • Franchisee Litigation: Most people think that the relationship between a franchisor and its franchisees is symbiotic, meaning that when a franchisee does well, so does the franchisor. In many ways, this is true, however, it’s not always the case. If a franchisor sees an opportunity to make more money that happens to harm an individual franchisee, they may very well take that opportunity. If this has happened to you, it’s critically important that you retain the services of a knowledgeable franchise lawyer who can fight for your best interests.
  • Franchisee Associations: Often, individual franchisees are at the mercy of their franchisor. However, by forming a franchisee association, franchisees can band together, discuss what matters most to them/what they’d like to see changed, and voice their concerns to their franchisor at a much louder volume than an individual franchisee. If you would like to join or start a franchisee association, FortmanSpann, LLC can help. You just need to give us a call.

Contact Our Experienced Pennsylvania Franchise Law Attorneys Today

The bottom line is that when it comes to your business, you shouldn’t hire an attorney who doesn’t focus on franchise law; you should hire an attorney with decades of experience in the field and who is prepared to use those decades of experience to your benefit. Fortunately, if you’re reading this, you’re in the right place. FortmanSpann, LLC has over three decades of experience representing franchisees, and we are here to fight for you as well, no matter your situation. Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation with our aggressive and skilled legal team.

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