Structuring your Real Estate Investment Business with Crystal McDonough of McDonough Law Group

On today's episode Jamie & Brad Flanagan interview Crystal McDonough from McDonough Law Group discussing how to structure your real estate investment business, the new Corporate Transparency Act, trademarks, and much more!

Jamie Flanagan is a real estate agent personally helping clients in all of Nebraska, Arizona and Colorado.

Jamie and her husband also help other realtors realize their potential by helping them establish relationships with investors and move up buyers.

You can join Jamie at eXp Realty and get plugged in to all her systems and lead generations tools!

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Crystal J. McDonough is an attorney and founder of McDonough Law Group, a full-service law firm with licensed attorneys across the USA. Crystal runs a creative and modern business law practice that aims to find workable solutions to even the most complex legal problems. Prior to attending law school, Crystal was a business owner and she understands firsthand the challenges that businesses can encounter. Her comprehensive understanding of the commercial environment, in a variety of industries, including real estate, renewable energy, utilities, oil and gas, and construction, have made her a trusted legal advisor for many business owners. Her business law services include corporate formation, legal document preparation, contract drafting and review, as well as negotiation and litigation. Crystal spends her spare time with her husband, three children, and their two rescue dogs. She is a Colorado native and grew up in the Grand Lake area. She enjoys spending time in the mountains, camping, and traveling cross-country with her family. Contact with

Crystal via phone 970-776-3311 or email [email protected]  


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