Why a Flat-Rate?
Why would you pay an hourly rate?
Sooner or later, every business needs legal services. For most small business, hourly rates can quickly get out of hand. If you need a contract reviewed, or need to setup a simple business entity, it doesn’t make sense to interview attorneys, negotiate an hourly rate, pay a hefty retainer, and then hope your bill isn’t too high.
Going online and trying to act as your own attorney doesn’t help either. First, it distracts you from focusing on your own business. Second, this may save money early on, but this can result in even higher legal costs later.
Uncertain legal costs especially hurt small businesses, who may have outstanding sales one month and weak sales another. Who wants to guess how high their legal bill will be every month? With a flat fee, you know the cost before you make the purchase.
This firm understands the needs of small businesses, and that’s why the firm offers certain legal tasks for simple flat rates. You pay the flat rate, and get the legal advice or document your business needs.
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