Once I have received the basic information regarding the services you require and the parties involved, I will run a conflicts check and send you a Freelance Legal Work Agreement (assuming no conflict), a sample of which can be reviewed here. After the Freelance Legal Work Agreement has been executed, you send the files needed for the project to me and we’re off and running. It is helpful to also send a sample document from your office so that I can adopt your firm’s standard formatting. My preferred method for file sharing is Sync.com due to its high security standards and ease of use, though I am open to using whatever secure file sharing application you are most comfortable with. I then send you drafts of my work in accord with your timeline for you to review, revise, and/or indicate further work you want done. Once the project is completed to your satisfaction, the work is yours to print, sign, and file.
From the outset and continuing through the course of the project, we can discuss the number of hours the project will take. For example, you can give me an idea of how much time you feel should be taken on the project and have me check in at certain intervals, such as the completion of five or ten hours of work. I then generally send bills out a few days before the end of the month so that you can incorporate my time in the monthly bills you send to your client.
Satisfaction guarantee: If you are a first-time user of The Law Office of David Sulzbacher and are unsatisfied with the quality of David’s work for any reason, the first 10 hours billed are written off.