Your phone consultation with Business & Technology Lawyer Mike Young is the most productive way to get legal help because you’ll save time and money as travel is unnecessary.

Here’s What You Get…

1. Attorney Young will personally call you for your confidential consultation. There is a $250 professional services fee to cover the time and advice given during your call.

2. He will answer your questions and provide precise legal advice you need (Mike focuses on efficient problem solving in your business transactions. He does not handle criminal or civil litigation matters).

3. You will receive a detailed follow-up email from Mike that contains additional information to help you stay organized. This can include resources, recommended methodical steps to take, a firm quote for additional legal services, and other advice.

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What Clients Are Saying…

Very knowledgeable and helpful

Mike knows his stuff and gives you straight answers; not a run around. He told me exactly what I needed to know; clearly and directly. I had tried to find the answers myself by asking the agencies involved and by doing my own research. Had I called Mike first, I’d have saved hours of time. Well worth his fee.

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Risk-Free Guarantee

business lawyer guaranteeIf you are unhappy with your consultation for any reason whatsoever, just ask for a refund during the consultation. We will promptly refund your money plus give you the names of two other attorneys who might be able to help you. That’s a firm promise and commitment.

Prepayment Terms

PayPal-processed payments are not deposited immediately in the law firm’s IOLTA trust account. However, fee advances paid by check, ACH, or bank wire are deposited in the firm’s IOLTA trust account upon receipt. The use of the Internet for communications with Mike or his law firm will not establish an attorney-client relationship and messages containing confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent. No attorney-client relationship will exist unless and until both client and an attorney have signed an agreement for professional services after appropriate interviews and conflict checks.