How does the virtual law firm model work?
- Schedule a free virtual consultation.
- Meet with Trusted Legal Solutions through a secure, web-based video conference to discuss your legal issue and goals.
- Receive a recommended plan, including an explanation of legal fees.
How much will everything cost?
- There’s no hiding the ball at Trusted Legal Solutions. Each client receives quality, effective, and affordable service. Fees are discussed up front, before you make a decision.
- Operating a virtual firm and focusing on a few select practice areas, keeps operating costs low. Those savings are passed directly to the clients.
- Trusted Legal Solutions charges a flat fee for services. The total amount will vary depending on the client’s needs.
- Select only the services you need at any stage of your case.
- The average client spends $1,500.
- You will never be asked to agree to representation without knowing the cost of the service.
What happens during the free consultation?
During a free consultation, you will learn more about the firm. The firm will collect some basic information about your legal issue. The firm will present you with options for handling your case. You and the firm will decide whether you want to move forward with one of the service options. No legal advice will be provided. Legal advice requires the attorney to gather significant details about your issue and to create a strategy.
What are the levels of service offered?
Attorney Consult and Legal Advice
During the legal consult, you will meet with an attorney to discuss specific details about your issue and your goals. The attorney will use her skills and expertise to provide customized advice and guidance. If you decide to move forward with representation, the consult fee will be applied to the additional services.
If you fit into one of the following categories, the Attorney Consult and Legal Advice is a great option.
- You’re seeking legal advice to help you handle the issue on your own.
- You’re not really sure what you need, and you’d like to seek an attorney’s guidance before you make any decisions.
Limited Scope Representation
Limited scope representation means that you only pay for the services you want the attorney to handle. Some examples are:
- You’ve been representing yourself in a child custody matter. The opposing party has an attorney who filed a motion and you just need help drafting a response.
- You and your spouse are ready to file for divorce and you’ve already agreed about how to divide assets. You just need help drafting your separation agreement.
- You plan to represent yourself in a custody matter. You want an attorney to review your evidence and help you prepare for the trial.
- You are filing for divorce or custody, and want an attorney to draft your complaint and appear in the initial hearing.
- You’ve been representing yourself, and you want an attorney to appear in court for a specific hearing or trial.
If you want an effective attorney who will return your calls, give you upfront pricing, and prioritize your legal needs above her billable hours, then you want to experience the Trusted Difference. Schedule a free consultation to learn more.