The Cure Is Prevention
Because the law touches every aspect of business, every business has legal questions and needs. Worse, every day, businesses are forced to litigate or ruined over issues that could have been avoided or prevented if only an attorney had been around to give a little counsel, answer a question, or re-draft a problematic agreement.
Big public companies have in-house attorneys to manage or prevent crises from cropping up by being on-hand and available. The truth is, all businesses need readily accessible, on demand legal advice that moves as fast as the speed of business.
But who has time to find and hire lawyers to answer questions on a moment’s notice?
Who can afford to have an attorney on call who could sort out the questions, issues and problems that come up day to day?
Kai Jacobs, P.A. has a solution that allows clients the flexibility of having access to general legal counsel services without having to keep a full-time captive or in-house counsel staff.
What We Offer
- A platform to ask all your questions that you think might need the input of a lawyer
- Contract review, negotiation, and drafting
- Corporate governance advice and documentation
- Employee issue evaluations and crisis management
- Employment manual and policy updates
- Business form review, drafting, and updates
- External and internal business dispute negotiations
- Demand and payment correspondence
- Legal opinions and evaluations
How We Do It
Kai Jacobs, P.A. works with clients at the outset to find the balance between need and value to create a set and predictable relationship. Because every business has different needs at different times, we offer different levels of service suited to your needs and not based upon billable hours. Clients know what they are getting and can plan, accordingly.
Working with your attorney should be more than crisis management of the last resort after all avenues of self-help have failed. Having someone at the ready to answer a question can be just the thing to save a business from expensive and entirely avoidable litigation.