We handle day-to-day legal matters, as on-demand business attorneys, at a fraction of the cost of hiring full-time general counsel or relying exclusively on law firm counsel.
General Business Services
Services for companies without in-house legal counsel
Services for companies with in-house legal counsel
Efficient and Dependable Project Management
Project management helps our firm fulfill this broader role because it engenders more effective planning, cost control, resource allocation and risk management. All of our cases are assigned a full-time certified project manager from Lex Project Management Consulting Group as well as an attorney and other support staff to make sure cases are handled as efficiently and successfully as possible. This includes offering creative solutions for resolving your legal matter as well as creating a fee structure that suits your needs.
Below are the areas of practice our firm provides in North Carolina and South Carolina to individuals. Our practice areas include criminal and civil litigation, estate planning, family law, probate, social security, and military law. If you need clarification regarding what type of matter we can handle for you, please do not hesitate to contact our office. Please scroll down to view all of our practice areas.
Traditionally, firms are responsible for managing every aspect of a case from the time the firm is retained until the matter has been resolved. This is what we refer to as our bundled services. The vast majority of our representation involves bundles services and we have found that this tends to be the best fit for our clients in attempting to resolve their legal matters.
Unbundled services, also referred to as legal ghostwriting, is a service whereby an attorney drafts a document on behalf of a client without formally appearing before the court. Instead, the client represents his or herself pro se. Traditionally, firms have been responsible for managing every aspect of a case from the time the firm is retained until the matter has been completely resolved. But, in the case of legal ghostwriting, attorneys can help clients file documents if they prefer to represent themselves.