Internet Lawyer FAQs for Prospective Business Clients“Asking the right questions takes as much skill as giving the right answers.” – Robert Half

Here are the answers to questions frequently asked by prospective business clients. None of the answers contain legal advice or form an attorney-client relationship with anyone at our law firm.

Q: What type of legal help does Attorney Young provide clients?

A: As a business and technology lawyer, Mike focuses on contracts and other business legal documents. He negotiates, reviews, and prepares business agreements, including ecommerce and tech agreements (e.g. software licensing). He helps clients set up and run Texas corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs). In addition, Mike provides website-related legal help and represents clients when they buy or sell online companies.

Q: What type of legal help does Attorney Joe provide clients?

A: As a Registered Patent Attorney, Herbert Joe focuses on intellectual property protection. This includes patents, copyrights, trademarks, etc.

Q: How much does legal representation cost?

A: Quotes are provided after the initial phone consultation. Click here to learn why blind quotes are not provided. Here’s a Schedule of Estimated Legal Fees. And our professional legal services are backed by three guarantees.

Q: Does the firm charge a flat fee or by the hour for legal help?

A: It depends upon the work being done. For example, if Attorney Young is preparing a contract or website legal document, you’ll be given a flat fee quote. However, ongoing legal advice or negotiations with another party that are open-ended is typically charged at his standard hourly rate billed in 1/10th hour increments.

Q: I’m interested in getting legal help for my business. What do I do?

A: The easiest way to get started is to simply book a telephone consultation now using our law firm’s online scheduling system.

Q: My business is located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Can I meet Attorney Young in person for a consultation?

A: Yes. Regardless of where their companies are located in the world, most prospective clients schedule a telephone consultation because it saves them time and money. This is true even if you’re based in the DFW metroplex. However, if you’d prefer to meet Mike in person, you will want to use our convenient contact form now to request a face-to-face consultation.

Q: What’s your mailing address?

A: Letters and packages can be shipped to:

Law Office of Michael E. Young PLLC
5960 W. Parker Road
Suite 278 PMB 421
Plano, Texas 75093 USA