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8a certification services and legal assistance for small businesses in ALL states. At Watson & Associates, LLC, SBA certified consultants and lawyers help small disadvantaged businesses and more economically vulnerable people to properly prepare their 8a application so that less chance of refusal is involved. Our professional staff members are comprised of experienced consultants with over 20 years of experience in providing legal assistance and other related products and services to a variety of clients.

Many small disadvantaged businesses struggle every year because of mistakes made when filling out their application. Often, these mistakes result in the rejection of the application. Receiving an 8a certification can provide important legal protection for your business and provide an important first impression. This is why it is important to choose only the best consulting firms and advisors to help you fill out your application. Some of the mistakes that consultants may make include:

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Application Verification Mistakes. Many legal professionals and consultants make application verification errors that result in an improper classification of the client or potential client as ineligible, which results in an unfavorable financial judgment against the client. These are examples of the kinds of mistakes that may be made when providing 8a certification services. If you have experienced one or more of these errors, then we suggest that you seek the counsel of a competent 8a certification attorney. You will be better protected from improper and costly litigation from these kinds of mistakes.

Not Getting Certified. Some attorneys and consultants do not get certified on time; therefore, they do not get to help more people with their cases. When you hire an expert, you will benefit from having a consultant who gets certified promptly so that you are better protected from unqualified individuals who try to get you certified too early.

Nationality or Ethnicity Mistake. There are many potential reasons that you need to be careful when choosing the right lawyers and consultants to help you with your nationwide 8a certification services needs. First of all, many consultants and lawyers are not from the same region or country so it is important to verify their nationality or ethnic background before proceeding with them. Second of all, some lawyers and consultants are from certain countries or regions and may not have the expertise necessary to handle your case because of their regional differences. Third, some lawyers and consultants are from very large cities so it can be challenging for smaller businesses or local clients to find them.

Making a typo in the Lawyers’ Name. It seems cute if your law firm’s name is “Smith & Seed” but lawyers and consultants can misspell it. Many times lawyers will submit their legal names as initials or variations of the firms name even when the firms are the same. As an example, if your law firm’s name is “Smith & Seed LLC”, then a person might submit “Smith-seed LLC”.

Fraudulent Attorneys. One of the biggest mistakes that attorneys make is failing to verify their clients’ credentials when filing an 8a application. Lawyers and 8a certification services often overlook this detail, and end up getting the certification denied. So make sure that you check with your local Small Business Administration office to see if the attorney or company you are considering is certified to practice in your state.