First Call: Real-time, affordable legal support for your growing business
What is First Call?
First Call has been specifically designed for start-ups and scale-ups. It gives you the legal support you need in the early stages to protect your business, ideas and plans. It provides the essential contracts, guidance and security to free up your time to focus on building your business.
First call gives your the security of an ongoing legal support service with a fixed known cost, taking away any concerns about creeping legal bills that you weren’t expecting. We understand that as a start-up business you need to be able to budget across the year, First Call allows you to spread the costs across 12 months, providing you with up to a 66% saving compared to usual legal fees*.
Our team becomes a part of your business – we take the time to really get to know you and your growth plans so we can tailor our advice to help you achieve your goals.
How does First Call work?
Get in touch
We want to make sure First Call is right for you and your business. Please speak to the team to find out if your business is eligible for the First Call package.
Find out more by getting in touch with our dedicated team:
023 8057 4305
*Based on our usual fees, for the First Call legal documents and three hours work per month throughout the year.
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