Limited Scope Representation
Litigation is expensive. We can help you reduce litigation costs by preparing legal documents or participating in select litigation tasks at a flat fee. This process is called Limited Scope Representation which allows you to represent yourself in court and hire a lawyer only for specific tasks.
Some examples of the Limited Scope Representation that we can handle for you are:
- Prepare demand letter prior to lawsuit
- Prepare Complaint
- Respond to Motion to Dismiss
- Prepare various Motions
- Prepare written discovery
- Respond to discovery requests
- Attend and take deposition
- Attend court hearing
- Attend mediation
- Discuss and suggest legal strategies
Because litigation process is complex, please schedule a call with us to discuss the scope of the limited representation and what the flat fee might be for your particular task.
Please note we can only prepare court documents in the states of Illinois and Florida.
Illinois Supreme Court Rule 13 outlines the procedures for disclosing the nature of the representation, filing notice with the court, and withdrawing.
Pursuant to Florida Rule of Professional Conduct 4-1.2, a lawyer is not required to sign pleadings prepared for pro se litigants; the lawyer must instead include, on each pleading, the statement “Prepared with the Assistance of Counsel.”
NOBODY EVER WISHED TO PAY A LITTLE MORE FOR a LAWYER!