Frequently Asked Questions of the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C., Your Colorado Business Lawyers
Do you work with people other than small business owners?
Typically not. As a small business lawyer, I stay updated on business law issues – especially those related to Colorado businesses. This takes a lot of time which means that I don’t have time to be an expert in other areas such as divorce law, estate planning, or immigration law. Rather than attempt to provide legal services which I am unfamiliar with, I believe that I should stick with what I know. Therefore, I provide high quality services to small businesses and have a large network of attorneys that I can refer you to if you have any non-business legal needs.
Why do you charge for initial consultations?
There are several reasons that I charge for initial consultation. First, I set aside one hour to consult with you one your business, your legal needs, and how I can help you. I believe my legal knowledge and advice are worth charging for. Second, once we have had an initial consultation, even if you do not hire me, I am cannot represent someone with interests adverse to yours. And, you can always call me prior to setting up a consultation and we can determine if a consultation is best for you.
Do you work with businesses outside of Colorado?
Yes. I have worked with clients throughout the United States and in Australia, the UK, France and Germany. In order to work on your issues, you have to have legal issues in Colorado or not mind your contracts being based on Colorado law. You do not need to have a location in Colorado.
Are you really a Colorado native?
Yes. I have family roots going back to the 1880s in Colorado. And yes, some of my relatives are still buried in Cheesman Park, less than three miles from my office. If you are new to Denver, you can read about Cheesman Park’s history and impress your friends about knowing its spooky past!
Please contact the Law Office of E.C. Lewis P.C. if you have legal questions at 720-258-6647, email@example.com, or book an appointment.
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Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C.
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3773 Cherry Creek North Drive, Suite 575
Denver, CO 80209
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