Business Attorney Consultation


Talk (over the phone, Zoom or Microsoft Teams) with a licensed attorney for up to 30-minutes. This consult does not permit in-person meetings, nor will this establish a long-term attorney-client relationship.

Please contact us if you need to arrange for a face-to-face meeting, desire formal representation, need a long-term attorney-client relationship, or have other requirements.

Please read the Terms & Conditions of this Consult. The states we are licensed is limited, and if we are not licensed in your state, we can only provide "general advice" and education, not specific legal advice.


Once purchased, we will contact you to schedule a day and time for your consultation. We'll do our best to work around your schedule. If you need an urgent consultation (within one business day), please select that option.

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Business Attorney Consultation

Talk with a licensed business attorney for up to 30 minutes.  This is a perfect opportunity to discuss any legal questions you may have for general business legal issues.

What’s Included:

  • Up to 30 minutes consultation with a licensed Attorney
  • After your order, we will email you within 24 business hours (or less) a calendar invite to schedule a mutually convenient time to talk

Our attorneys are licensed in California (CA), Colorado (CO), Georgia (GA), Illinois (IL), New Mexico (NM) and Texas (TX), and we can therefore provide legal advice related to individuals and businesses located in these states only. For everyone else, our attorneys can provide “general advice” and legal advice regarding federal law.

We cannot represent individuals or businesses outside the states of California (CA), Colorado (CO), Georgia (GA), Illinois (IL), New Mexico (NM) and Texas (TX). For all other states, this consult is for quick advice and educational purposes only, not long-term representation.

We do have affiliate lawyers in other states and jurisdictions, and can refer you to such attorneys. Note those attorneys are not employed or paid by L4SB, and therefore do not provide quick consults as is available on this L4SB website. You would need to form your own attorney-client relationship with such attorneys, and you will need to pay them directly for any legal services they may provide.