If you are having problems with your franchisor-or issues that could become serious, your first reaction may be to send an email to a friend or to an attorney seeking advice.
Problems With Your Franchisor
When you launched your business and set up a limited liability company, you probably signed an operating agreement. Your operating agreement is essentially an agreement among the owners about how the business will be operated.
If you are experiencing problems with your franchisor, beware of signing amendments to your contract or any other document purporting to resolve the problems. It is common for franchisors to give you a small concession to “help” you-but to extract a general release of claims and various factual “representations” in return.