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VetBiz Corporate Documents

Don’t let bad drafting in your corporate documents stand in your way of becoming verified! For a reasonable flat free, I can ensure this doesn’t happen to you.*

As an attorney with considerable experience in both business formation and the VetBiz requirements, I can rewrite (or write) your corporate documents to make sure there is no issue with compliance with the VetBiz regulations. However, that’s not the only benefit: my corporate documents are free from legalese (meaning they are written in understandable English), and I strive to create a document a company can actually use in its operations.

For the month of February, I am offering a promotional discount to veteran-owned businesses that need tailored corporate documents for VetBiz submission. For a flat fee, you will receive the following:

  • A consultation so I can ascertain your business needs and objectives
  • Review of existing corporate documents
  • Redrafting of corporate documents, including any edits and tailoring
  • Availability to answer any follow-up questions about the VetBiz process and requirements.

Don’t risk denial and/or delays with your VetBiz application because of poorly-drafted corporate documents. As an attorney whose practice focuses in veterans law and procurement, I can make one big step of the VetBiz process that much easier.

For further information, please contact me at or (703) 552-3220.


*Please keep in mind that an application may still be denied on other grounds, unrelated to the drafting of the corporate documents.

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