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Counsel Financial Services

October 23, 2017

Counsel Financial Services, LLC, was created by attorneys for attorneys with a unique understanding of your cash flow problems in everyday law practice. Together with our sister company, Plaintiff Support Services, we are the premier providers of funding for litigators and their clients.

Counsel Financial understands the special needs of lawyers, particularly attorneys whose hard-earned fees are based upon the pressures of contingency practice. Our goal is to create loans that make sense to you and allow stress free short and long term financial planning for your firm.

We do what banks can't - lend against your contingent fees. Traditional banks don't regard monies owed to law firms by their clients as suitable collateral. This is mainly because legal fees may be wholly or partially contingent upon recovery and the bank has no experience in assessing the value of a law practice as collateral. This means that your largest asset - legal fees due from clients - is completely disregarded by lending institutions as security for business loans and lines of credit.

We understand what your collateral is and know how to value it.

Click here now to visit Counsel Financial Services www.counselfin.com

  
  

 

 

Real Estate

Although you can sell a home on your own, it is wise to consult with a real estate attorney as it can get rather complex especially if there are contingencies involved. As the seller, you are normally responsible for paying the broker?s commission.

All potential homebuyers are afraid of purchasing a money pit. A house may look good from an aesthetic standpoint, but what if it develops problems after you've put money down, signed the papers and moved in? A house that seems in perfe...

Wills, Trusts & Estates

What is a Will?

Wills have been with us since the first days of recorded history. Archaeologists have found hieroglyphics in Egyptian tombs leaving property to others. The Bible told of the story that Jacob left Joseph a larger inheritance than his brothers received, and of the trouble that ensued as a result.

In our now modern times, wills are somewhat different and certainly more complex. What you put in yours depends on what property and assets you have at the time of your death...

 

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