When you put your Website Disclaimer in place,
you are taking the initial step to creating
a grounded legal foundation for your business.
You feel more clear, more confident and more secure
because you have drawn lines around your liability
and taken a first step to legally protect yourself.
6 Key Sections That Should Be In Every Website Disclaimer
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I’m Lisa Fraley, JD,an Attorney, Legal Coach®, Speaker and #1 Best-Selling Author of Easy Legal Steps…That are Also Good for Your Soul. I’m the host of the “Legally Enlightened” podcast on iTunes.
As a Holistic Lawyer®, I blend my legal expertise as a former health care attorney in a large corporate law firm and the care of a Health Coach through IIN & Life Coach through Coach U to help thousands of heart-centered holistic health practitioners, licensed practitioners, coaches, and entrepreneurs protect their businesses and brands with contracts, disclaimers, trademarks and more.
I share my “Legal Love” through DIY legal templates, online courses, 1:1 services and on stages from British Columbia to the Bellagio – and I’m uniquely known for aligning legal steps with the chakras. My mission is to help small business owners and practitioners understand that the law can be accessible, empowering, loving, and even spiritual. I graduated from Case Western Reserve School of Law with a concentration in health law and I hold a Certificate in Sustainable Business Strategy from Harvard Business School Online.
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