Davies Hood PLLC helps small businesses, nonprofits, entrepreneurs, and individuals make it happen by providing legal services to help meet their objectives.
We serve as attorneys and counselors of law in a general practice. We do not practice family law or criminal law. We can associate specialists in particular areas of the law or provide general referrals. We limit our practice to select clients and matters.
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Out-Sourced, In-House Counsel
Small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizations face the same legal challenges of much larger organizations who have full-time, dedicated legal counsel on staff. Foregoing legal counsel or having to repeatedly familiarize outside counsel with your business objectives can be very expensive in the long run.
What if you could have a dedicated legal counsel who took time to learn your business and understood your objectives?
We can help meet your legal challenges in a cost-effective and predictable way as retained counsel on a weekly or monthly basis. We can work on-site or remotely.
Some of the services we can provide include:
Our advice and counsel is based on practical experience.
We can provide advice and counsel on general legal matters, compliance issues, and provide training.
Here are some examples of the legal services we can provide to support your organization:
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