Limited Scope Representation or Unbundled Legal Services
Bay Legal offers a variety of Limited Scope Services and is focused on providing those services in a technology-friendly environment that allows Bay Legal to work with you from your home or office (and not spend hours waiting on us in ours).
Our firm provides quality legal representation in the Santa Clara, San Mateo CA, Alameda, and Monterey county metro areas. We offer a full range of legal services, including Limited Scope service as well as full legal representation.
Limited Scope services are an economical way to offer certain services at a set rate for clients who only need legal help with a portion of their case. We can provide competent legal advice based on your individual needs, such as drafting the appropriate documents, reviewing a proposed agreement, or reviewing a file and providing a legal opinion.
With Limited Scope legal services, you can decide what you need help with the most. Of course, our firm is also available to take your entire case and represent you from beginning to end.
Contact Jayson R Elliott to retain a lawyer who will work diligently to solve your problem. We look forward to meeting you and helping you with your case.
Give us a call at (408) 888-1107 to set up your FREE consultation.
Benefits of Limited Scope Legal Services
While Limited Scope services are limited in scope, they are also limited in cost. The expense for Limited Scope services is generally limited to a flat fee for specific services or an hourly rate for consultation, advice, and review of your legal issue and documentation.
“Unbundled services” is a term commonly used to refer to limited scope representation offered by attorneys. An attorney who offers limited scope representation can provide affordable legal assistance by helping you with certain stages of your case, rather than handling your case from start to finish. For example, you can hire the attorney to make…
What are Unbundled / limited scope representation services? Unbundled / Limited scope representation services are growing in popularity, it is a way that an attorney can help you with part of your case while you handle the rest of your case. For example: 1. You can consult with an attorney to prepare or review your…
Why it is important to discuss your case thoroughly with your attorney
It is important to thoroughly discuss all aspects of your case (even those which you think are simple) with your attorney before deciding which parts you want to do yourself and which ones the attorney will assist you with. It is equally important to realize that there may be important issues presented by your case of which you are not even aware. You could be at serious legal risk about an issue you do not even realize exists. If you do not discuss all potential legal issues with your attorney, how will you know?
Never make assumptions about the law that applies to your case. The law programs you have seen on TV are rarely accurate, and just because you’ve “seen it on TV,” does not mean it is correct, or even “legal.” “Law and Order” takes place in New York, it is often inaccurate in regard to New York state law and procedures, it is completely unreliable when dealing with California law. The only way you can be sure is to talk it over with a qualified and licensed attorney.
Sometimes new issues will pop up after your case is started. If they do, it is important to advise your attorney and discuss them, so that you know the potential legal consequences. Remember that your attorney can only advise you on matters you tell him/her about, so it is essential that you provide complete information about your case.
Remember, you and your attorney are working as a team. That means good communication and a clear understanding of each person’s assignments is essential.
Book a consultation to discuss your case and the limited services you are looking for.