Whether it's the fun part or not, contracts require professional preparation and review. With leasing, buying, financing, employee management, vendors, client relationships, you are miles ahead when you have help to set out plainly the terms of your relationships so that no is presuming or assuming what they deserve or what they are owed by your company.
You are building a business to grow, to last, and to sell or pass on. You need a forward-thinking professional to talk frankly with about options and the mechanics of both expansion and succession, growing the business and adding locations, principals and employees, and about selling or passing on some or all of your interest.
Be a Planner, not a fireman
From day one, get yourself a focused teammate who has experience as a business owner and who can talk with you and help you identify, then take care of those basic moves which get you organized and protected. You know the planning is so much more efficient than spending time putting out fires.