Lonzo Law Knows Business

Regardless of the size or longevity of your business, Lonzo Law navigates the issues and risks that most often stand in the way of success and profit.

You don’t need a lawyer to solve a single issue. You need a lawyer who understands the nuances of entrepreneurship, from tender start-ups to established businesses preparing for succession. You need a trusted small business advisor and resource, freeing you up to bring your business plan and dreams to fruition. Lonzo Law is a resource for partner services that focus on client success for years to come.

Why Lonzo Law?

Lonzo Law sets itself apart from other firms with a unique, small business friendly, membership model.

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Frequently Asked Questions

While Lonzo Law can certainly work within a per-case, hourly or flat-rate traditional model, they also offer a fractional in-house counsel annual “membership” model at a substantial discount for small businesses based on projected needs. This model ranges from 12 to 50 hours annually, offering fractional in-house counsel; hours can carry over from month-to-month within the annual contract. If additional hours are required, the discounted rate applies.

In contrast to employing a full-time, in-house attorney or paying a hefty monthly retainer, business owners can enter into an annual membership with Lonzo Law that proactively supports their needs as they grow. Businesses routinely require legal counsel for business formation and registration, contract review and creation and a host of employment related issues.

Without the small business membership, the hourly rate for Lonzo Law is $350/hour. A 25- or 50-hour annual membership reduces the average cost per year to $240/hour, paid monthly. Industry standard suggests businesses should budget 3-to-5% of total revenue for legal expenses.

If you are asking the question, the answer is probably “yes.”

Theoretically, yes, but ultimately it will cost more than Lonzo Law originating the document. The professionals at Lonzo Law must put their name and license on any document they touch, which requires a thorough review to ensure the contract is correct.  Ultimately, they can write a contract faster than reading it and making edits.

While the traditional model of the legal system is a reactionary “fix it when you have a problem,” the goal of Lonzo Law is to prevent problems from happening in the first place and ultimately saving their clients’ money.

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