Affordable one hour legal consultations without the headaches of driving, traffic, parking and waiting in a lobby.
OUR SKYPE HANDLE: AttorneySteve
Okay, I know this is not your daddy’s law firm. But, we think we are great at what we do. We help companies find a quick and easy way to get legal advice on the nagging questions they have and which they need to help them run their companies and MAKE MONEY!! Navigating legal hurdles are a fact of life. We help you take your business to the next level.
Let’s Skype Legal
If you need quick, on the fly legal advice you have come to the right law firm. We know your business runs fast, and you need answers to legal questions NOW and not LATER. We understand the startup environment and the need to get legal assistance quick and without a lot of hurdles. As we tell all our clients, “this is not your daddy’s law firm.” We are mean and lean and here to answer your questions without a big TO DO – as most law firms will make you do, and they will want to find a way to enter you into their BILLING MACHINE. Don’t do it, there is no need to do it. We can help you get the answers to your legal questions quickly, cheaply, and without a big hassle on your end. If you have SKYPE installed on your computer or mobile device we are good to go, let’s do this.
Topics we can discuss on skype
Our law firm is a general business advisory firm. We can advise your company on a wide variety of legal issues, based upon our collective experience over the years. Specifically, we are ready to handle the following types of legal questions:
1. What are your rights under a contract?
3. What are your legal rights and obligations under a commercial real estate lease.
4. Domain name and picking a good company name consultations.
5. Corporate legal issues (ex. forming a corporation, corporate compliance, problems with employees, trade secrets, etc.)
6. Insurance coverage questions
7. Financial elder abuse case questions
This is a short list of the types of legal issues we can handle. Call us to discuss your legal needs.
What do you charge for a skype legal consultation?
Prices vary depending upon the type of case, and legal research needed and amount and number of documents that need to be reviewed. We can schedule SKYPE legal consultations at the following prices:
1. 15 minute consultation – which generally means you have a quick legal question you need answered – FILL OUT FORM BELOW FOR QUOTE
2. 30 minutes – which generally means you have 1-3 legal question you need answered – FILL OUT FORM BELOW FOR QUOTE
3. 1 hour consultation – which generally means you have a document to review and a few legal questions about your rights or general legal strategy. FILL OUT FORM BELOW FOR QUOTE
4. 2 hour consultation – which generally means you have a few documents that need to be reviewed and need a discussion about your documents. FILL OUT FORM BELOW FOR QUOTE
Please mention “ATTORNEY STEVE SKYPE” when you call (877) 276-5084 to receive discounted pricing.
What if I have documents to review?
Many cases require us to review legal documents in order to advise you, just let us know what you need reviewed.
How much does an Attorney Steve “skype chat” legal consultation cost?
The prices are listed above. In some litigation cases, for example financial elder abuse cases, we do not charge for the skype legal consultation. Contact us below for more information.
Contact us to start the process
We can be reached at (877) 276-5084 or please fill out the contact form below (make sure to leave your best contact phone number). One of our lawyers will contact you to discuss.
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