Welcome to my blog!!!

Hiya! Welcome to my blog😁.My name is Ronke Omorodion. I am a Legal Practitioner (not charge and bail lawyer o! Lol) I would describe myself as a legal consultant with a passion for helping entrepreneurs build structured businesses that are legally sound.

Now I know you might think once you register your business name or company you are done. News flash! That is so wrong. Depending on the kind of business you operate, there are other legal factors you need consider to make sure you do not put yourself or your business at risk, lose money or crash your enterprise.

I will be dishing out my signature ‪#‎LegalBusiness‬ series which will be targeted at exposing to you the various steps you can take to give your business a sound legal footing and structure.

Don’t worry I promise to make my snippets brief and straight to the point. There will also be lots of ‪#‎storytelling‬ *wink wink*. Please let me know if you have any questions by dropping a comment below.
I look forward to interacting with you all! Bye for now



Published by Ronke Omorodion

I am a Legal Practitioner/Consultant. I inform entrepreneurs of the legal implications of doing business and help them build a structured legally sound business.

2 thoughts on “Welcome to my blog!!!

  1. Well said! I applaud your model of approach which displays a focused optimistic attitude towards survival against the backdrop of a pretty challenging economy. I believe there is merit in making the investment to understand the entrepreneurial requirements and the influences of the wider socio economic environment in order to be a successful sole proprietor. Take charge!!!

    Ade Adeyanju
    Senior Practice and Compliance Investigator
    Ministry of Justice
    United Kingdom


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