Limited Scope Representation/Unbundled Legal Services
In this article, you will learn…
- What Limited Scope Representation is,
- What unbundled services may be available to you,
- How Limited Scope Representation can benefit you.
Overview Of Limited Scope Representation
Limited scope representation is an agreement between client and lawyer for the lawyer to only handle certain aspects of your legal work. If you just need some pleadings or some negotiations done, an attorney only represents you in certain parts of your legal case.
Types Of Cases Provided In Limited Scope Representation
Some of the unbundled services our firm offers in limited scope representation are…
- Negotiations, or
Limited scope is an agreement between the client and the lawyer on how your case is handled. You get to decide what stages or parts of your case we handle for you.
Types Of Cases Provided In Unbundled Legal Services
Some examples of unbundled legal services that you could get assistance with are…
- A probate matter,
- Estate planning,
- Domestic relations,
- Real estate,
- Deeds, or
- Transfer on death.
There are many practice areas for which we provide and can incorporate some unbundled legal services to you.
Benefits Of Limited Scope Representation And Unbundled Legal Services
Limited scope representation and unbundled legal services are beneficial for people when your legal matter isn’t complex. Many clients aren’t familiar with the legal paperwork and unbundled services give you the ability to get legal assistance with that aspect of your case to speed the process along.
While offering unbundled legal services is growing in popularity, not every attorney offers them at this time. It’s beneficial to be more flexible with clients’ pay options and needs. Clients who just need a couple of things done on their case or need a second set of eyes on paperwork before you sign it can find those services at our office.
Limited scope representation makes hiring a skilled attorney more affordable by allowing you to only pay for the services or resources you need for your case.
Deciding If Limited-Scope Representation Is Right For You
Limited scope representation isn’t right for every case. It is geared toward assisting you with simple cases where you only need limited services, such as assistance with paperwork. When a case is more complex, it will require more time, money, and resources.
Every case is different and everyone’s legal needs vary based on their situation. It’s best to speak with your attorney to determine what your legal needs are before you decide if you need limited scope or full representation.
For more information on Limited Scope Representation & Unbundled Legal Services, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (330) 222-3898 today.