Our team is dedicated to supporting franchisees throughout the franchise relationship. This support is detailed in the Franchise Disclosure Document and in the Franchise Agreement, but includes:

  Initial training
  Grand Opening Attendance
  Ongoing training at various times
  Regular consults on an as needed basis

We want to position you as best as possible to succeed. Therefore, we will do what’s reasonably possible to ensure that you are trained in Legal Value Firm®’s systems, while recognizing your professional autonomy over client files. Education and support is very important to us. Therefore, a sample of our assistance includes:

  Site selection, space planning and design, all in conjunction with you
  Consults regarding firm set up, business operations and marketing
  Training regarding client service and client development
  Regular communication to address any issues and/or to facilitate your firm’s smooth operations and growth

Legal services are personal. At Legal Value Firm®, we have created a client centric model that clients have appreciated, in a professional retail environment. At Legal Value Franchise, we transpose that personal service to our franchisees too. We are giving them a franchisee centric model to enable franchisees to give their clients the best possible client and legal service. This means our focus is upon supporting you, the franchisee, so that you can focus upon supporting your clients. Working together can best position everyone for success.

For more information please contact us!

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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