A well-written Demand Letter can ensure everything you ask for.
$360 + tax
Demand Letters are carefully worded letters that request a specific action from a party. A Demand Letter clearly outlines what needs to be done, how, and when. They often contain the threat of future litigation if the recipient fails to comply with the sender.
Your business has rights.
Don’t let other businesses or people push you around. A Demand Letter drafted by a Good Lawyer can provide fast, reliable results for your business.
Avoid the hassle of court.
Demand Letters are highly effective at keeping you out of court. This means you won’t have to spend more money on a lawsuit and you can keep focusing on what matters most — building your business.
Demand Letters can do far more than just requesting compensation.
A Good Lawyer can draft custom Demand Letters that are flexible, persuasive, and specific to your situation. This can protect your business, your relationships, and ensure a much higher likelihood of getting your desired results.
First you'll have a kick-off call with your Good Lawyer to discuss your current situation. After the call, your lawyer will carefully write the Letter. They will share a copy of the final document.
1. Project kick-off call to gather information, advise you and answer questions
2. One custom Demand Letter
3. One round of minor revisions if necessary
Pick a time to discuss your Demand Letter with a Good Lawyer.
Help your lawyer understand the situation and the goals of your letter. Your lawyer will determine what wording you need in your Demand Letter and draft something tailored to you.
You will receive a digital copy of the Demand Letter, ready to be printed and mailed. Your lawyer can send the letter on your behalf if desired, discuss this option with your lawyer.
Get your paperwork done the easy way so you can get back to running your business.
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