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Ep 180 Legal Concerns for Nomad Entrepreneurs with Layne Lyons JD

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Do you have your legal ducks in a row for your nomadic lifestyle? As an online entrepreneur, freelancer, or even an employee living a nomad life, you need to know about the legal concerns that come along with being a digital nomad.

In this episode, my guest is Layne Lyons JD, U.S. lawyer, business protector for women entrepreneurs, and creator of The Legal UMBRELLA Method™. Layne explains legal issues you need to know about including trademarking, domicile, tourist visas, and other laws you should be aware of when traveling in foreign countries.

In this episode:

  • Layne’s experience of being nomadic for the past 19 years
  • Mistakes to avoid as an online entrepreneur
  • What domicile is and what you need to know about it
  • What you need to know about contracts and domicile
  • How to navigate trademarks globally 
  • The best practices for trademarking
  • What you need to know about working on a tourist visa
  • The importance of knowing the laws in the countries you visit

For full show notes, resources, and links go to www.nomadtopia.com/180

Ready to get more ideas, inspiration, and strategies for location-independent living? Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platforms so you’ll get updated anytime a new episode is released! 

Let’s connect! Get to know me better over on Instagram @nomadamy or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Nomadtopia/.

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