Hiring Your First Employee


All this legal stuff can all be so dizzying. And when something pops up, you need it resolved, like, um, yesterday! 

You’ve got better things to do than spend your time on legal stuff, like ensuring your business is running smoothly and innovating for the future. 

You need a lawyer who can help you move forward, not a high-priced attorney who’ll bog you down with nonsensical legalese. 

And you are in the right place! 

Taylor The Attorney is an experienced lawyer for creatives — here to make sense of the legal issues that pop up so you can focus on what matters most: growing your brand with confidence. 

Done-In-A-Day Legal Services are designed to give you solutions during a single 1:1 VIP session.


Scaling your business is a time for celebration. So don’t let unaddressed legal stuff send you into a late-night panic. 

Whether you are hiring your very first employee or your 100th, having custom legal documents not only conveys your professional prowess but also protects your business from soul-crushing liabilities. 

Hey, you can even outsource this session as comprehensive training for your human resources chief. You’re busy growing, after all. 



You’ve really hit your stride! You’ve been doing a bit of everything in order to keep up with demand, but now you’re ready for a hand. Congrats! It’s time to make your first hire! 

You already know that additional staff means a whole new string of legal obligations, liabilities, and, of course, paperwork. 

Kiss that sinking feeling in your stomach goodbye! 

Together we’ll handle all the legal necessities to onboard your new employee with ease, so you can get back to being the visionary.

What’s Included:

  • Educational Training: 
    • New Hire Qualifications & Forms
    • Employer Responsibilities
    • How To Pay Your Employee
    • Employee Tax Forms
    • 8 Federal Laws Affecting Employers
    • Texas Workforce Commission
  • Legal Documents Provided
    • Employee Application
    • Employee Offer Letter
    • Employee Contract
    • Employee Handbook
    • Employee Evaluation
    • Confidentiality Agreement/NDA


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