Hiring Incorporate Fast to form your Utah business comes with the option to get legal advice and add Utah legal services through Law on Call.
Owned by Northwest Registered Agent—our partner who brings you incredible registered agent services—Law on Call is the first nonlawyer-owned law firm in the nation.
With your Law on Call subscription, you get direct and unlimited access to licensed lawyers who are ready to answer your legal questions, no matter how big or small, all for just $9 a month. Plus, you can hire Law on Call’s attorneys to do legal work for you at seriously low hourly rates.
When you sign up for our Utah Business Registration services, you’ll have the option to add Law on Call on your sign-up form. Simply tick the “Yes” box next to that question, and you’re all set.
The first two months of Law on Call are free, so your order total will be the same as it would’ve been without adding Law on Call.
If you’re an existing Incorporate Fast Utah client, you can add Law on Call from your online account.
A Law on Call subscription gets you phone access to licensed Utah lawyers. Call as much as you want, ask any legal question under the sun, and always talk to an attorney. And if your legal needs go beyond Q&A sessions? Your subscription also allows you to hire Law on Call’s lawyers for a low hourly rate.
Whenever you need legal advice, Law on Call’s attorneys are ready to help. From explaining the difference between trusts and wills to offering advice on creating legally-sound nondisclosure agreements, Law on Call’s lawyers are eager to pass their knowledge along to you.
Your $9 a month Law on Call subscription comes with:
There is no penalty for canceling your Law on Call subscription, so you can change your mind at any time.
Not only are Law on Call’s attorneys ready to provide legal advice, they’re ready to draft, review, and edit legal documents for you.
Need a trust created or corporate bylaws drafted? Maybe your business’s employee handbook needs to be reviewed or an upcoming construction project has contracts to sort out?
Law on Call’s lawyers are prepared to do legal work in the areas of End of Life Planning, Business Law, Real Estate Law, and Rental Housing Law.
You’ll need to sign up for a Law on Call subscription before requesting legal services. Once subscribed, you can place legal service requests from your online account. You’ll see how many hours a particular service will take, can limit the number of hours you want attorneys to work for you, and can choose the level of attorney experience that’s right for your situation.
Law on Call’s legal work pricing breaks down based on attorney experience:
Law on Call stands apart from the law firm crowd with its focus on affordable and timely attorney access. Where traditional law firms often focus on billable hours, Law on Call focuses on providing clients with the answers they need, right when they need them.
Law on Call is part of the Utah Regulatory Legal Sandbox, a program that allows participants to explore new ways of providing legal services. For Law on Call, this means operating as a nonlawyer-owned law firm.
Law on Call planted roots in Utah because it was the first state to allow for complete nonlawyer law firm ownership. As more states loosen their law firm ownership regulations, Law on Call will expand its reach. That means Incorporate Fast’s clients will have access to legal services in whatever states Law on Call expands to.
The following legal language speaks in more depth about what nonlawyer law firm ownership means:
This law firm is owned by nonlawyers. Some of the people who own or manage this entity are not lawyers. This means that some services or protections, like attorney-client privilege, may be different from those you could get from a traditional law firm.
While Law on Call is owned by nonlawyers, only lawyers and legal personnel at Law on Call will provide services and legal advice to you. If you have questions, please contact us at 801-889-1980.