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Bringing the Magic

I had a case in which I was retained, not for a collaborative matter, but for litigation. (Back then, I still had the reputation for being “an aggressive family law trial attorney.”)

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Growing Apart

Overheard among a group of middle school boys drinking mochas in a coffeehouse, as one tastes another’s coffee: “That is so ridiculously sweet! That’s like something a five-year-old would make!”

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Unbundled Matters

Unbundled Legal Matters in Tampa

When a lawyer provides unbundled legal services, the client hires her to perform a specific task or to represent her for only a limited purpose or issue of the matter instead of the entire legal matter. The attorney breaks down the tasks associated with a client’s legal matter and provides representation only pertaining to a clearly defined portion of the client’s legal needs. The client accepts responsibility for doing the footwork for the remainder of the legal matter until reaching the desired resolution. Unbundled representation offers clients a less costly alternative to full legal representation. These services bring legal representation to a wider spectrum of the population by making it more affordable. Unbundled services include legal research, ghostwriting of pleadings and correspondences, legal coaching, or representation in court on a limited issue.

Unbundled Legal Services

Open Palm Law offers many different unbundled services. Contact us today to see if our unbundled services are right for you.

FAQs for Unbundled Matters

Yes. Open Palm Law offers unbundled services, meaning that the client hires us for a specific limited purpose and handles other matters himself. This is a great way to limit your legal fees while still having the representation you need.

Yes. If during our limited representation you determine that you would be more comfortable with full representation, we can sign an updated retainer agreement for full representation of your matter.

Yes. We would sign a new retainer agreement limiting your representation.