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LegalVision is expanding its legal services offering with the introduction of a subscription solution for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs). The tech-driven firm has launched the service in response to clients wanting access to lawyers, but being unable to afford the expensive hourly rates usually charged by traditional law firms.
For just $149 per month, business owners have unlimited access to LegalVision’s specialist lawyers. Business owners book in for a 30 minute call at a time that suits them, and send through any questions they want answered, or documents they would like advice on, in advance. Their questions are then answered by a specialist lawyer on the call. The annual subscription offers the perfect solution for any business owner looking for legal advice on-demand.
“At LegalVision, we’re constantly responding to what our clients want. By offering unlimited consultations for an affordable monthly fee, business owners can now focus on growing their business. They don’t need to worry about the cost of answering everyday legal questions,” said LegalVision CEO, Lachlan McKnight.
“We’ve had tremendous success testing this new service with many of our existing clients. Whether it’s an employment matter, a commercial contract or a debt collection issue, we pair each consultation request with an expert lawyer within a few hours. So you know you’re getting specialist advice from someone who understands your industry when you need it most. We think this will fundamentally improve accessibility to legal services.”
The subscription service not only offers year-round legal advice, but also discounted fixed-fee quotes for any bespoke contract drafting or discounted rates for any transactional or dispute matters.
LegalVision’s new offering is the latest push in transforming legal services for Australian SMEs and corporates. The innovative firm was recently awarded NewLaw Firm of the Year at the Australian Law Awards and named one of Australia’s Top LinkedIn Startups.
Learn more about LegalVision’s subscription service.
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