Interested in joining a dynamic brand that is poised to change the delivery of legal services? Listed below is our process. This gives prospective franchisees an idea of what’s involved from the beginning until opening a Legal Value Firm®.


  1. Acquaintance: Let us know you’re interested by calling 310.499.9534
  2. Application: If, after getting acquainted via telephone, you determine you would like to move forward, you can fill out our application.
  3. After Application Call: After we receive and review your application, we will set up a follow up call with you to discuss your application and continued interest in Legal Value Firm®.
  4. Franchise Disclosure Document: If there’s still interest after the post application call, we will send you our current Franchise Disclose Document, which has a wealth of details regarding Legal Value Firm® and the franchise opportunity.
  5. Discovery Day: After taking time to review the Franchise Disclosure Document, and assuming we invite you to visit us for detailed talks at our offices, you will be able to meet us and both of us can ask questions of each other.
This would be the final step prior to signing your Franchise Agreement.
  6. Franchise Agreement Signing: Once we have made an offer to you and you have decided to accept it, you would sign the Franchise Agreement and become a part of the Legal Value Firm® team!
  7. Training and Pre-Opening Support: After signing the Franchise Agreement, we would assist in your firm’s pre-opening activities, and we would schedule your training as you get ready for Grand Opening Day!

NOTE: In California, our offering is a licensing program that is materially the same as our franchise program-all details set forth in our Franchise Disclosure Document.


No communication made through this website should be construed as an offer to sell any franchise to, nor is any such communication directed to, the residents of any jurisdiction requiring the registration of the franchise before it is offered or sold in the jurisdiction. No franchises will be sold to any resident of any such jurisdiction until the offer has been exempted from the requirements of, or duly registered in and made effective by, such jurisdiction, and the required Franchise Disclosure Document (if any) has been delivered to the prospective franchisee before the sale, in compliance with applicable law.

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