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Fractional In-House Counsel


Let’s face it, cost is a significant barrier to businesses seeking legal advice.

Clients sit on relatively small legal issues that could have been handled efficiently and quickly had they brought in counsel earlier. Instead they wait, the issue grows beyond the point of ignoring it, and things turn out bad.

Consider a fractional in-house counsel model. It provides access to professionals with varied skill sets at a lower price point, allows businesses to budget for their annual legal spending and greatly reduces reservations in proactively picking up the phone to seek the legal advice business owners desperately need.

James Forrest, Forrest Firm

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