What do I need to know before I see a lawyer

Going to see a lawyer can be a quite significant expense, so it is important to be prepared before you go so that you use the time efficiently.

What don’t you want them to do?

As well as knowing what you want them to do, it is equally as important to be clear on what you don’t want them to do.

What outcome do you want?

You need to spend time thinking about what you want to achieve by seeing the lawyer. You need to know what outcome you would be comfortable with. They can suggest different options to achieve that outcome.

How much is it going to cost?

Before the lawyer commences any work on your behalf, you need to be clear on how much it is going to cost you. Ask that the lawyer give you a written quote on the work that they propose to do. You then need to work out whether this fits into your budget.

The Business Legal Lifecycle

The Business Legal Lifecycle Legal Risk Assessment is a tool that takes about 10 minutes to complete by answering 31 questions about your business. It provides a report that sets out the legal risks in your business and what you need to do to protect them, why you need to prevent those legal risks and a plan for the future of your business. Importantly you can take it to your lawyer to then do the work that they are good at, preventing those legal risks within your business and you get all of this without the cost of a lawyer preparing the report in the first place.

By working together with the Business Legal Lifecycle lawyers can help their clients to prevent legal risks within their business and prevent so many problems that commonly afflict small to medium sized businesses.

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