Here’s to the creative ones.
People have all kinds of reasons for starting a business.
Maybe you’ve got a great idea for a new invention. Maybe you don’t feel appreciated in your day job. Maybe you’ve got a business background and have become a serial entrepreneur.
Or maybe—just maybe—you’re so passionate about what you do that you can’t help but create a business around it.
Sound familiar? If so, you’re in the right place.
The reality is—protecting your business only matters if it’s successful.
Indie Law thrives when working with business owners who are embracing their creative side. We get it. Your business wasn’t exactly planned. You’re not really a fan of the “business side” of the business. You’re excited but terrified. As if there wasn’t enough on your plate already, you’ve got all this legal stuff to worry about.
We’ll help you empower your passion.
We work with creative types to put legal shields around the company. We help our clients identify the big “legal holes” in their business.
The truth is that most creative businesses don’t need sophisticated legal help. They just need their bases covered, whether that means forming an LLC, registering a trademark, or providing your business with basic legal documents.
Indie Law protects more than just your business. By providing a foundational level of legal protection for your business, we’ll give you peace of mind on the legal side so you can focus on innovating. Our expertise revolves around helping creative entrepreneurs succeed.
We provide compassionate and dependable legal services through flat-fee packages and subscription plans.
Meet the team.
Licensed to practice law in Missouri and Illinois, Joey Vitale counsels creatives across the United States (and globally) on legal issues specific to creatives. After years of litigating on behalf of businesses in the midst of conflicts, Joey now keeps businesses out of the courtroom in the first place. Joey focuses on entity formation, trademarks, copyrights, website agreements, and other basic legal documents.
Case Manager & Client Care Advocate
After two years of public service with the domestic PeaceCorps, this northern-Michigan country girl turned Arizonan desert rat was introduced to the world of online business management and virtual assisting. When she’s not supporting entrepreneurs, Caitlyn is usually chasing cacti and scorpions out in her backyard in the Sonoran Desert.