Unqualified Advisor Law and Legal Definition

An unqualified advisor refers to a person or organization with no experience and educational knowledge, which are essential for guiding a business from the initial level through fruition. Unqualified advisors possess limited knowledge and shall be regarding specific areas such as marketing or legal. Unqualified advisors offer advice beyond the scope of their skills. Unqualified advisors include people or organizations who have limited personal start up experience and they do not have any history of failure.