Law++ To Host Entrepreneurs Anonymous Support Group

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Richard Bobholz
Law Plus Plus

Law Plus Plus To Host “Entrepreneurs Anonymous” Support Group
A Safe Place for Entrepreneurs to Have Real Talk About Struggles

(DURHAM, N.C.) Nov. 2, 2016 – Law Plus Plus, a small business law firm based in Durham, N.C., is pleased to announce they will be hosting the first “Entrepreneurs Anonymous” support group on November 28, 2016.

The purpose of the group is to provide a safe space for other entrepreneurs to come forward with their struggles in small business ownership. With inspiration from the Alcoholic’s Anonymous groups, this group takes anonymity very seriously so that everyone can feel safe when opening up about anything they struggle with in their business.

The first meeting will happen on November 28 at 5:30pm and will go until 7:00pm. Light snacks will be provided as well as some soft drinks and coffee. The meeting will take place at the Law Plus Plus office (6015 Fayetteville Rd Ste 116, Durham, NC 27713). No RSVP required.


“Business owners are in a weird place,” Richard Bobholz explained. “They have to maintain this aura of success at all times, and that can be hard to deal with. There are real struggles we all face, and being able to talk about them will make us all healthier.”

This group stems out of Richard Bobholz’s own battle with depression and his desire to not let entrepreneurs struggle with depression, anxiety, or the large amount of stress they have alone. Richard became open about his depression on October 5, 2016 and has received immense positive feedback from others in the startup community.

Richard Bobholz will be conducting the meetings, but he is not a licensed mental health professional in any manner. If any medical help is needed, this group will only be able to provide a referral to a licensed mental health professional.

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About Law Plus Plus

Founded in 2012 as R. W. Bobholz Law, PLLC and based in Durham, North Carolina, Law Plus Plus is a full service business law firm with practice areas in small business, corporate, nonprofit, and business litigation while also offering far more than just legal services. The company is dedicated to making the legal system easier and providing quality legal services while embodying values of trust, efficiency, accountability, and exceptionally personal service. For more information, visit


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Richard Bobholz

Richard Bobholz

Managing Attorney at Law++
Richard Bobholz works primarily with small businesses to handle their formations, contracts, employment and more complicated areas of corporate law. Richard manages the small business law and mergers & acquisitions sections of the firm. Richard invented the EasyFee and was the driving force behind the 30 Companies in 30 Days pro bono project. Throughout his work, Richard demonstrates his quality workmanship, integrity and honesty, and efficient work ethic. Richard moved to Durham, NC in 2012 and opened this firm shortly thereafter with the goal of changing the legal system for the better.