Experienced legal help where you want it, when you need it

Form your business with our DIY services. Need help? Don't pay $300/hour for legal advice when you can get ongoing access to our network of attorneys for less than $50/month.

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Membership for immediate and ongoing legal support

Whether you're just starting or have been in business for years, our Business Advisory Plan (BAP) gives you access to first-rate legal advice from our vetted network of attorneys—all from the comfort of your own space, and for less than $50 a month.

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With an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars, trust our network attorneys for the advice you need.

Opt-in legal guidance for your peace of mind

Have questions on how to form your business? Or maybe you're not sure what you need to register a trademark. We've designed our DIY experience to include legal assistance that you can add as part of your package.

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Services built by attorneys

Have the confidence to form your business or protect your intellectual property on your own—all of our DIY services are created and maintained by real attorneys.

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Real attorneys, real advice

Expect seasoned, highly-rated, and friendly legal guidance.

Carolyn Williams
Serving NY, 19 years of experience
"I am dedicated to providing you with legal services that are of a high quality, compassionate, and understanding of your needs. My experience as a transactional attorney has helped me to focus on the details and to expand my critical thinking skills.

My goal is to help you by learning about your goals, evaluating your needs, and assisting you in achieving the most favorable outcome."
Kelly J. Brown
Serving NC and SC, 8 years of experience
"The law can sometimes be complex and confusing so I try to help break it down in a way that we can all understand.

By combining legal knowledge with my M.B.A., I am able to provide clients and customers with information relating to the legal aspects of a situation and from a business point of view. I have learned that it is important to think outside of the box in order to find the right solution for each and every client."
Jonathan Fang
Serving CA, 8 years of experience
"I am passionate about providing professional legal services to my clients while simultaneously making the legal process less confusing and stressful for them.

My goal is to help clients navigate through both good and difficult times by tailoring my skills, experience, and services to their specific needs."

Frequently asked questions

  1. If you're just getting started, an attorney can help you decide on the best formation type, review your operating agreement and other formation documents, help you figure out what licenses or permits you might need, help you get your website up and running and give advice on terms and conditions or privacy policies, answer questions on filings you need to be aware of throughout the year to stay compliant, and more.
  2. If your business is up and running, attorneys can discuss your intellectual property needs (including whether you need to trademark your brand and the best time to do it), assist you with outside vendors and partners, help you figure out whether you need NDAs and review them once they're drafted, help with issues around hiring, provide guidance on real estate matters, review your lease or other real estate agreements, and discuss the overall health of your business.
  3. Yes, our attorney network can answer your questions from a number of practice areas including estate planning, business formation, intellectual property, family law, and more.
  4. Our network includes attorneys licensed in every state who know about both federal and local state laws. We carefully screen attorneys for both professionalism and friendliness. Depending on your legal matter, a local attorney isn't always needed.
  5. You can use attorney consultations for guidance with forms, and to ask questions about court filings. If you want help filing, our plans provide a 25% discount on your consulting attorney's hourly rate (subject to their discretion and availability).