Legal Service Plans: Discover Why It's Beneficial For Small
By: Michael Clark|LRL Writer
Suppose you wanted to run your own business, and discovered one that
you would like to buy. In this case it would be in your best interest to seek legal
consultation services and have an attorney review the purchase contracts before you sign. In
each particular instance, would you know what legal steps are involved? Or would you even be able to afford
legal help? Most people at one point in their lives are faced with a situation that requires legal help.
Unfortunately, for some, the traditional way of obtaining legal assistance may simply be too expensive. In
response to this need, there is an alternative option available: legal service plans. In this
article, we will explore what they are and how you can obtain them.
Legal service plans provide coverage to members for basic legal needs that range from
starting a small business, legal consultation services, corporate legal structures, legal correspondence services,
designated consultations, basic contract review, executed contract review, document review, debt collection
letters, trial defense services, IRS audit legal services, human resources issues, bankruptcies, rental
disputes, and more. These plans often encourage their members to be proactive if they have questions regarding
an issue that may have legal implications in order to prevent them from actually being in a legal problem. Legal
service plans are in many ways similar to your medical or car insurance: by paying an annual membership fee, you
are provided coverage for legal services, as needed.
The advantage of these plans is their affordability. You may also search online for
individual plans. Typically, these plans cost just under a few hundred per year.
Before you make a decision to join a legal plan, perform a self-analysis. In other words,
find out if you may be need legal services on a frequent basis in the future. Maybe you have already used legal
services persistently in the past. In this case, then joining a legal plan may allow you to keep extra cash in your
wallet or purse.
Another question to consider is the degree of complexity of your possible legal matter(s).
Is your situation a relatively simple one? That would be considered a simple case. Or is it more complex? One
example would be a case in which a business owner runs a company with operations in several countries and may be in
possible violation of a foreign law. This case would not be considered a simple legal matter! But if it is, you may
want to explore legal service plans.
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