"Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value." - Albert Einstein
The biggest result I can achieve for my clients is protection--protecting my clients and their businesses from both internal and external threats so they can focus on doing what they love.
Before starting my firm, I spent a lot of time thinking about how the practice of law should be different. All too often, lawyers are more worried about how many hours they can bill to a client, rather than how they can solve a client's problems. Instead, I offer flat fees on most services. Instead of being surprised by how much time was spent on your legal matter, you pay a fair price established up front for legal services that help you build a better, more successful business.
General Counsel Service
Big corporations can afford to hire teams of in-house attorneys to handle their legal needs. As a small business or non-profit organization, you probably can't afford to have an attorney on your payroll full-time. But you should still have a relationship with a business attorney who can answer your legal questions, give you business advice, sit in on your business meetings to spot the little issues before they become major issues, review contracts before you sign (instead of after there is a problem), advise you on employment issues, and generally make sure your business doesn't sink before it even sets sail. With General Counsel Service, your small business can have all of these legal needs addressed for one flat monthly fee. How valuable would that be to your business? Click Here to Learn More
What else can I do to add value to your business? How about:
Payment Plans - Because sometimes you need your strategic partners to work with your budget and not cause cash flow issues. See our Practice Areas pages for more information about our current fee structure.
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