Knowing that you’ve started a successful business brings satisfaction and pride in your product. As your business continues to grow and expand, one way to continue your success is to consider turning your business into a franchise. Interacting with franchise law and attorneys will enable you to better understand what it means to be a franchisor. In the United States there are several different types of franchises, such as restaurants, health and fitness, automotive and many more. Franchising is the method of expanding your business by licensing its trademark and business system to a franchisee that then pays the franchisor a fee in order to obtain the rights to operate their franchise using the system and trademark. Franchise law helps to protect business owners who are expanding through franchising from unexpected complications with their franchisees. Franchise owners are to conduct their business following the standards and specifications established by the franchisor. After obtaining the right to operate using the franchisor’s trademark and business system, the franchisor will typically offer training and support to their franchisees. However, there are many business arrangements which function as a franchise without the intent of franchising. If you’re considering ways to further the expansion of your business, consult with an attorney who can inform you on the details of franchise law.