Concierge Lawyering, like concierge medicine, is a rapidly growing segment of the professional services industry. In short, concierge lawyering involves a relationship between a client and a lawyer in which the client pays an annual fee or monthly retainer to have a personal lawyer advise and consult the client on a variety of both legal and non-legal matters alike. In exchange for the retainer, a concierge lawyer provides enhanced representation and counseling to the client and stands “on‑call” for the client to serve the client’s needs.
A concierge lawyer is a trusted advisor who helps clients make informed business, personal, financial and legal decisions, without the client having to be concerned about being billed by the minute or hour. Clients often forego legal advice because they are making decisions on the fly and can’t wait for, or otherwise decide they don’t need or can’t afford a full-blown legal opinion. The firm’s concierge approach to law emphasizes prompt, personal attention to its clients’ varying needs at various times, such that the “billable hour” is taken out of the equation.
Anderholt Whittaker LLP offers concierge legal services for several levels of engagement to meet the needs and demands of their clients, from providing critical guidance on business and real estate transactions to estate and property management and estate and succession planning.
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For a free consultation, please don’t hesitate to contact Roman M. Whittaker of Anderholt Whittaker LLP to better understand what it means to have your own personal concierge lawyer.