Monday, August 29, 2011

How To Lower Small Business Attorney Fees

As the owner of a health club, you are in a unique legal position.

Just by owning a gym, you're in a fairly 'dangerous' business where you're taking out-of-shape people and physically challenging them on a regular basis. You're raising their heart rate, having them lift weights or engage in other resistance exercise, and basically taking them out of their comfort zone.

At the same time, as a small business owner you probably can't afford to have an attorney on staff, just in case something happens.

But wouldn't it be nice if you could?

Wouldn't it be great to have an attorney 'waiting in the wings' so to speak, just in case you need advice in a hurry?

Of course, this type of attorney-on-call arrangement would have to be affordable. After all, you're a small business owner, not Donald Trump!

If you're looking for a legal solution that will help you lower small business attorney fees, if you want the peace of mind that an 'attorney on call' can offer, then maybe Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. is right for you.

This company, founded in 1972, primarily offers family legal plans but depending on the state they also offer some business plans.

Although their plans vary from state to state, some common benefits offered by Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. include: Preventive Legal Services, Motor Vehicle Legal Expense Services, Trial Defense Services, IRS Audit Legal Services, Other Legal Services and Legal Shield.

Maybe Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. is right for your family. Maybe they're right for your business. You won't know until you check them out.

After reviewing their site, if you have other questions about Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. please feel free to contact Independent Associate Ryan by emailing

This blog posting is designed to educate and provide general information regarding the subject matter covered. However, laws and practices often vary from state to state and are subject to change. Because each factual situation is different, specific advice should be tailored to the particular circumstances. For this reason, you are encouraged to consult with your own advisor(s) regarding your own specific situation.

The author ( does not assume any responsibility for any errors or omissions. The author ( specifically disclaims any liability resulting from the use or application of the information contained in this blog posting, and the information is not intended to serve as legal advice related to individual situations.

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