We have prided ourselves on developing systems that allow us to give clients what they want – affordable and accessible legal services without sacrificing quality. This includes business practices, marketing processes, and operations management that positions Legal Value Franchise, our franchise company, to allow Legal Value Firm® meet the needs of its clients and to allow attorneys to be in business for themselves, but with the support of Legal Value Franchise.
As we have grown, our practice includes a wide range of legal services. Some engagements are based upon a flat fee, while others are based upon the traditional hourly fee, but clients can work within their budget and partake in controlling their legal fees.
By giving clients excellent customer service and quality legal service in a branded retail office, Legal Value Firm® has started the process to change the legal industry and the delivery of legal services. We are now continuing to revolutionize this industry by launching our much awaited franchise program.
The team at Legal Value Firm®, now in its sixth year, has continually been working at perfecting our firm. Now, we are ready and committed to redefining even more of the legal industry, by working with like-minded licensed attorneys in states where we are approved to do business, who want to grow, convert, or start practices under the Legal Value Firm® brand. As part of the Legal Value Firm® franchise opportunity, we offer initial and on-going support to qualified attorneys who become franchisees.
We look forward to sharing more of our story, and perhaps you may be the next attorney to become a part of it!
Here’s others telling our story, as you can read an article published in the State Bar of Arizona Attorney Magazine,
January 2019 by clicking here.
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