Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Concierge Attorney?
A concierge attorney is committed to a heightened level of service, flexibility, and accessibility.
You can expect a concierge attorney to:
- Provide unhurried initial consultation to assess your legal problem
- Match you with an attorney in your specific area
- Provide frequent updates as often as you need
- Available evenings, weekends (outside of regular hours)
- Provide unprompted communication and check-ins with you to ensure proper case flow
- Spend as much tune as needed to provide clarification on your case
- Help you negotiate attorneys’ fees and advise on the best way to spend your legal dollars
- Available by phone, email, text and video chat
- Act as your second set of eyes and ears to help manage your attorney and oversee your case
- Facilitate document signing, transfer and explanation
- Provide further clarification on attorney’s legal advice, strategy, and case status
- Fees are flat for consultations
- If the suit is filed, fees vary based on the case
- Under certain circumstances, fees are awarded by law
Under The Florida Bar Rules, attorneys are permitted to enter co-counsel relationships. A co-counsel is an attorney who assists in or shares the responsibility of representing a client. Often clients are better served with the power of two firms at no cost difference, when appropriate.