HOUSTON–LAWFUEL –AmeriVestors, Inc.’s (Pink Sheets:AMIV) wholly-owned subsidiary – Justice by the People, Inc., is pleased to announce that the company has commenced the preparation of legal documents to be filed with State and Federal Government agencies in order to offer franchise opportunities. The company anticipates the completion and filing of all necessary documents to be completed in the near future.
Justice by the People’s management, along with corporate counsel, has elected to file the Uniform Franchise Offering Circular (UFOC). This document is the latest acceptable form meeting both State and Federal Government agency requirements. Upon filing of the UFOC, the company will file notice and fees with the Texas Secretary of State, so that it may commence the sale of franchise opportunities in the State of Texas.
The completion of the company’s proprietary software and legal documents offering allows the company to further its progression of its business model. Justice by the People will commence franchise opportunities in Texas and will continue the opening of future franchise units in other states in the US.
About Justice by the People, Inc.
Justice by the People, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of AmeriVestors, Inc., serves the burgeoning number of consumers that wish to save hundreds, even thousands of dollars, in their simple, uncontested legal matters. The US legal industry is a $184 billion sector. The company offers approximately 80 legal documents for uncontested legal issues such as uncontested divorce, living trusts, incorporation, etc. The company has designed a model to create a national franchise chain providing high quality, accurate and affordable legal document preparation services for simple, uncontested legal matters. Justice by the People does not offer legal advice in the preparation of its clients’ uncontested legal documents.
For more information please visit www.amerivestors.com or www.justicebythepeople.net.
“Safe Harbor” Statement: Certain statements in this release are “forward-looking” statements as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties. Actual results may vary significantly from the results expressed or implied in such statements. Factors that could cause actual results to materially differ from forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, the Company’s ability to meet the terms and conditions required to obtain its project financing, risks and delays associated with product development, risk of market acceptance of new products, risk of technology or product obsolescence, competitive risks, reliance on development partners and the need for additional capital.