Do you have a quick legal question you need answered? Our Cannabis Attorney Eric Proos, Esq. can help!

Eric represents businesses and individuals in legal matters ranging from drafting of business documents (buy-sell, shareholder agreements, etc.) to helping individuals faced with the stressful situation of civil litigation and divorce proceedings. Additionally, he provides guidance regarding proper business formation, assisting in completing the licensing/permit applications for cannabis businesses, trademarking, and general business litigation.


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  • What’s the first step in getting a license?

The first step is to retain your legal and accounting team. This will save a lot of money and time in the long run.

  • What guarantees do I have in getting a license?

Unfortunately, NO ONE can guarantee that your business will get a license.  If you encounter someone that gives you this guarantee, run and run fast.

  • How much does it cost to get my business up and running?

Starting a business is not a cheap venture.  There is a lot of work that goes into establishing the business properly and getting your application together.  Taking this and the uncertainty of this industry into consideration it is hard to give a number of what it may cost to get your business going. Look at it as a small fee to do something you love and make money being in the industry you are passionate about.

  • Do you provide legal advice after my business receives a license?

Yes.  The legal services do not stop after your cannabis business receives its license.  If your business continues to retain us, our team will provide legal advice and guidance, as well as litigation services if the need arises.

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