New to Indie Law? Welcome!!

There is a LOT of info on this site, and we don’t want to overload you. Here’s the order we suggest if you’re new.

Scroll around here, click on things that are applicable to you. Take your time. There’s a lot to unpack.


Start Here: Follow us and become a friend of Indie Law

Join our Facebook group. It’s not official until it’s on Facebook, so head over there to make our friendship legit. We’ve got a growing group of over 6,700 small business owners. Don’t worry—this isn’t another group that will be a time suck or place for procrastination. We stay focused on legal tips, business lessons learned, and positive vibes. It’s all about keeping your momentum and continuing to execute. You can join here.

Read our Indie Digest. Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter to receive a recap of the top content coming from Indie Law. This way you’ll always stay “in the loop” of new blog posts, engaging conversations on social media, and upcoming interviews we conduct with business experts. The goal here is to add massive value to your life without making you search for it. Unsubscribe anytime.

Connect with Joey. Attorney and Owner of Indie Law, Joey Vitale, sets time aside each week to grab free discovery calls with creatives. During these calls, you’ll learn more about Indie Law and how it might be a good fit for your legal needs. You can schedule that discovery call here.


Then, get educated on the foundational laws for creatives.

Forming your businessGet out of the sole proprietor mindset (and form an LLC)What goes into forming an LLC? More than you might thinkThe ultimate guide to finding an available business nameThe creative entrepreneur’s legal guide to starting a businessDoes “LLC” need to be included in your company’s logo?.

TrademarksTrademarks 1015 steps to follow when you’re accused of trademark infringementWhat to do when someone violates your trademarkThe difference between bullies and bodyguards.

CopyrightsPretty much everything you need to know about copyrightsThink cease and desist letters need to be intimidating? Think again.

BusinessYour business needs to break up with EtsyOur NOT-to-do list from 2017.

You can find an FAQ page with all sorts of answers to your questions at ask.indielaw.com.


And then . . .


You can hire Indie Law for . . .