My attorney’s motives. I understand that his motive was to make money and to preserve his reputation for ‘being an expert’ and experts tend to provide the truth. He was well aware that 84% of new businesses fail, within the first two years.
I could tell he was not really interested in what my business was all about. When I would ask him a direct question, hoping for constructive advice, he would avoid my direct questions. He would hem and haw and give me a vague answer, such as, “Well, I don’t think I would do exactly that.” This happened over and over. He would never give me a direct answer. You might soon detect that I don’t have much use for attorneys any more. He did, however, give me some advice. It boiled down to him saying that he would take care of all the paperwork and all the documents and put me into anything I wanted as long as I made the descisions.