Filed Under (Bradford Publishing News & Updates) on 08-03-2012
Tagged Under : limited representation, limited scope representation, unbundled legal services
Hiring a lawyer to represent you on alimited representationbasis (a.k.a. unbundled services, a la carte legal services) is different than hiring a full representation lawyer. Foremost, it’s less expensive. Also, the attorney’s courtroom skills might be less important than his or her advisory and writing skills. No matter what, make sure a lawyer is a good fit for you and has your best interests in mind.
If you’re considering limited representation, ask these questions to determine if a particular lawyer is right for you and your situation.
1) How long have you been a lawyer and how long have you been offering unbundled services?
2) What types of cases do you handle in an unbundled manner?
3) Have you found that limited representation works for other people or clients?
4) Do you have any reservations in offering unbundled services for my case or me?
5) What should I be thinking about when I consider contracting you on an unbundled or full-service basis? Continue reading “Ten Questions to Ask a Limited Representation Lawyer” »