BUSINESS LAW & GROWTH
We offer something different.
The traditional law business model is flawed. Lawyers are incentivized to spend more time on matters, increase conflict, and constantly focus on the next new client. That's called crisis response, and while it's not always avoidable, it's bad for your business. In law, like in cars or health care, a little preventive maintenance goes a long way towards avoiding expensive and painful problems down the road.
We believe that your lawyer should be there, on your team, long before a crisis hits. We want our clients to feel comfortable calling us for advice without having to fear the clock. This is why we focus on offering flat fees and Business Counsel Service Plans.
Examples of flat fee business services:
- Business Formation (LLC, Corporations, Non-Profit)
- Business Transactions
- Employee Handbooks
- Partnership Agreements
- Sale of Business Agreements
Contracts, negotiation and other basic legal needs.
- Promissory notes and security agreements for borrowing money (balloon, interest only, secured, unsecured, etc.)
- Special Power of Attorney (limited) (to allow someone to care for your finances when you are unable to because you are on vacation or otherwise indisposed)
- Services agreement
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Licensing agreements
- Private Land Transactions
Introducing the Business Counsel Service Plans
Our Business Counsel Service Plans are perfect for entrepreneurs and business owners that want to protect their business from legal pitfalls. With a monthly retainer you can stop worrying about the clock every time you call with a legal question, need a document review, or want us to write a cease and desist letter to someone infringing upon your brand. This is a way for a business to have a lawyer on their team without the cost of hiring a full-time lawyer in house. Although we still offer flat-fee, hourly and other piecemeal legal services, members of our Business Counsel Service Plans get their legal needs addressed before a crisis hits because we are involved in their overall business strategy. In law the old axiom "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" applies double because the "cure" to an unwelcome lawsuit can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.