From main offices in the Orlando area and Nashville area, the Blanchfield Law Firm represents businesses and their owners in EMPLOYMENT, COPYRIGHTS, CONTRACTS, DISABILITY, FRANCHISE, REAL ESTATE, CORPORATE and other legal matters facing today's businesses.  

 

In representing businesses, our goal is to provide advice and guidance which will significantly reduce the risk of costly litigation.   On some ocassions, litigation cannot be avoided.   When litigation does arise, we offer experience and assertive representation at rates well below most other firms.    

 

Very simply, our rates for both attorney work and paralegal work are very reasonable and reflect our careful attention to costs.   We don't care much about large offices in high rise downtown locations.  We do care about effective representation at rates a small businesses can afford.   In this changing legal environment, we also offer creative  "flat fee" billing for certain types of work.  

 

We also represent business owners and other individuals in estate planning including wills and trusts and in probate litigation.      

 

 

If you hire the Blanchfield Law Firm, here is what you can expect:

 

1.   Personal & Professional Service - a secretary will not "block" your call.  

2.  Flexibility - We meet at a time and place convenient for the business owners

3.  Billing - You won't get "nickeled and dimed".    We don't bill for travel time.  We don't bill to leave a voicemail.  You get the idea.

4.  Correspondence - You won't get a monthly "progess report" (and an associated invoice) when there is nothing substantive to report.          

5.  Honest Represenation - If your case if a "loser", you will learn about it quickly.   No lengthy and time consuming  litigation which leads to large invoices.          

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UPDATE:   Corona Related News for Businesses:

 

HR:  Send sick employees home; All states now will pay up to two weeks of salary for employees who have tested positive for the Corona virus.   Laid off workers should apply for unemployment.  Business accounts with the state are not charged and employee requirements are relaxed.

Contracts:   Looks for Force Majeure/Acts of God or Frustration of Business purpose in your contracts if you are unable to comply with terms of your contracts.  Add those terms to new contracts.

 

If you are forced to close, check your insurance policy for business interruption or other coverage which might provide a claim.  

 

Call or email me for help

407 397-0463

Bob@Blanchfieldlawfirm.com