Beebe Law, PLLC is currently the solo practice of Anette Beebe, however, the term "we" or "us" is generally used to describe the business entity and Ms. Beebe together or otherwise may include any contract assistants or attorneys that may be used in connection with a matter as needed.
Beebe Law, PLLC helps clients with general Business, some Intellectual Property issues, Internet, Social Media and Defamation and some select Litigation matters, including assisting counsel outside the state of Arizona domesticate foreign state subpoenas here in Arizona. We can also consult with counsel outside the state of Arizona on areas in which we have more knowledge on - such as the laws surrounding Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and the new anti-sex trafficking law most commonly referred to as SESTA/FOSTA (the acronym is actually just FOSTA).
Beebe Law, PLLC is also available to take on certain business clients that may benefit from engaging the firm to act as their "outside in-house counsel." If you are a businesses that has a need for counsel with experience in the online world, but can't afford to hire on full time in-house counsel, Contact Us! We'd love to discuss your business needs and how we may be able to help bridge that gap at a reasonable price.
Let's face it, not all attorneys and firms are alike and some people have a certain "image" of what their attorney should look and act like. We also know that even more important than having a good case or a good project is being able to have a good relationship with your attorney. Even if you have to weather a storm - at least you can do it together, right? That being said, not all personalities mesh and we want you to have the best experience possible and feel comfortable with your representation every step of the way...it can help make the situation more pleasant and the bills a bit more palatable.
BEEBE LAW, PLLC MAY NOT BE A GOOD FIT FOR CLIENTS WHO DESIRE:
BEEBE LAW, PLLC MAY BE A GOOD FIT FOR FOR CLIENTS WHO DESIRE OR WOULD WELCOME:
Due to the nature of the work, Beebe Law, PLLC typically bills by the hour in one-tenth (6 minute) increments. The hourly rate depends on who is working on the project (Ms. Beebe, a contracted attorney or an assistant) the complexity of the matter involved, the type of project that it is, and whether or not there is a rush on it. Nevertheless, you can expect a range for contracted staff and attorneys between $150 to $375 per hour depending on these differing circumstances.
Flat fees are fantastic for work that is highly redundant and form driven. You see that a lot in Trust and Estate practices and some Business law practices. Unfortunately, very little of the work we do is "form driven." In most cases, our client's situation is as unique as their individual business and thus a "one size fits all" approach doesn't work for our client's needs. As such, unless clearly indicated on our site through a special deal that our firm may be offering, flat fees are not typically offered.
We like for people to start by going to the Contact page and filling out the form. That's the best place to begin as that tells us what your needs are and helps us provide you the best possible response that fits your needs. If you're looking for a consultation, and it is something we may be able to assist you with, we will email you with a link that explains the initial consultation process and payment options and/or provide you with a link to an online client intake form that you can fill out at your convenience. Either way, our communications are typically electronic and begins with you filling out the Contact page.
We know that legal expenses can be scary and you want to be able to plan. Sometimes we can give you a rough estimate but there really are so many variables that factor into cost. While there is never an exact number that can be provided (unless it is a limited scope flat fee project) it may be possible to give you a range of anticipated cost associated with a particular type of project. It is also encouraged that you consider reading this article: Legal fees: 7 ways that YOU may be contributing to a higher legal bill.
While certainly not taking into account the full magnitude of the work that Beebe Law, PLLC can do, and not including the extenuating circumstances that can, and do often arise, the following are somesample ranges of what more "routine matters" may run you (it could be less, it could be more) not including any associated filing fees or other related costs:
INTERNET SPECIFIC MATTERS
The above list is only referenced by way of example of common ranges for some of the types of work that Beebe Law, PLLC can assist with. If you have any questions relating to whether or not we can assist you with a particular matter, please Contact Us!
No. The kind of work that we do is not the type of work where contingency fees are appropriate. Those are more common in personal injury practices.
Yes. While we know this can present a financial strain on some, as a matter of policy, Beebe Law, PLLC does require a retainer for all first time clients and will routinely request replenishment of retainers for ongoing matters, even for existing clients. The retainer will go directly into the firm's Trust Account and only be applied as fees are earned in accordance with our retention agreement aka fee agreement. Unearned fees, at the end of a project, are refunded. Clients that become general business clients, with routine work, may not be required to maintain funds on retainer once such client has established a history of work with the firm and have routinely paid their bills upon invoice.
Yes! Beebe Law, PLLC can now accept payments for not only for regular invoice payments, but also retainers, by credit card through a secure payment portal. Credit Cards accepted by Beebe Law, PLLC include Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.