How BizCounsel Works

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    Pick a Day and Time That Works for You

    Book an appointment to speak with your BizCounsel attorney whenever you have a legal question.

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    We’ll Reach Out To You

    Your BizCounsel attorney will call you at your scheduled appointment time to answer your legal questions.

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    You’ll Never Have to Be Your Own Lawyer

    Get professional legal help whenever you need it and avoid costly mistakes when doing everything on your own.

We Can Help With Questions Involving:

  • Employee Practices
  • Business Contracts
  • Corporate Governance
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Ownership Changes
  • Intellectual Property
  • Debt Collection
  • Breach of Contract

Join the Thousands Who’ve Added An Attorney To Their Team

  • Mark Verge, Owner

    “I call my BizCounsel attorney any time something legal comes up, so I can pay attention to running my restaurant and serving my guests”

    Mark Verge, Owner
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FAQs

  • What is BizCounsel?
    BizCounsel makes it easy for business owners to run all their legal questions by an experienced business attorney who understands both their businesses and their industries.
  • How does BizCounsel work?
    Think of BizCounsel as adding an attorney to your team. Run all your legal questions by your BizCounsel attorney. No longer will you have to figure it out on your own. Just schedule a phone consultation whenever you need, and talk to your lawyer when it’s convenient for you.
  • What can I use my BizCounsel attorney for?
    A lot. Questions about employees. Contracts that need to be reviewed. Agreements that require your signature. In fact, any time a legal decision could pose a threat to your business, you should run it by a BizCounsel attorney first.
  • What if I don’t have any pressing legal questions?
    When over 50% of small businesses face significant legal threats every year, chances are that your business will need an attorney some time soon. Whether it be reviewing key business contracts or making sure your employee practices in line with state laws, it’s never a bad idea to have a second set of eyes watching over your business.
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