Virtual In-house Counsel Services


Virtual In-house Counsel Services

Having an in-house lawyer to advise your business can be expensive – anywhere from $68,000 to $185,000 a year! If you don’t have full time work for your lawyer, why pay full time salaries?

Take advantage of a “virtual” in-house counsel instead.

By setting a number of hours per month at a lower billing rate, you can get responses to your in-house legal questions whenever you need them.

Whether you have a question about your business setup, raising money or need a contract modified, your virtual in-house counsel is there.

Unused hours from one month are rolled over into the next, so you’re not wasting money having an attorney on staff doing nothing! Additional hours are billed at the same reduced rate, as well, so you can better anticipate your costs.

Having a virtual in-house counsel has a number of advantages, including:

  • You can be proactive – get legal answers as soon as you have the questions, rather than waiting until it’s too late;
  • No need to turn to the Internet for generic contract templates and dubious advice;
    • Get an ongoing legal perspective from an attorney who becomes familiar with your business goals and circumstances;
    • Save time and money by avoiding the need for a staff attorney and dealing with legal issues as they come up.

    Let’s Get Started

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Zachary Strebeck

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