Limited Scope/DIY

Limited scope representation available

Whether you are forming a business, going through a divorce or have rental property, get the help you need within the budget you can work with. You choose the extent of help you want and only pay for those services provided. For instance, you can choose to pay for a consultation to learn more about procedural matters, have us draft a particular document for you to file with the court on your own, or you can draft your own documents and we can make the appearance in court on your behalf.

How limited scope helps you

When you decide to handle some aspects of your case and entrust other aspects to our attorneys, this is what is known as limited-scope representation. This is different from more traditional arrangements between lawyers and clients where a lawyer is hired to provide legal services on all aspects of a case, from start to finish. Limited scope representation is one way we help you manage your legal costs.
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Limited scope arrangements

Whether you are forming a business or seeking to ensure your business is protected under the law, you need sound legal advice and committed representation. Trust the attorneys at Midwest Center for Law & Justice with all your LLC and Corporate Law issues. Rely on us for sound legal advice concerning business transactions and litigation.

Legal help for the DIY litigant

While it is always optimal to have professional legal representation, sometimes you just cannot afford it. But you are not alone. At the Midwest Center for Law & Justice, we understand you will likely encounter numerous questions that you do not know how to answer. That is where we come in. We have provided links to several resources below for you to obtain forms commonly used by Missouri courts and also offer a limited scope assistance or “unbundling” as it is sometimes referred to.
Representing Yourself

Experience you can count on

When seeking a law firm to assist you in defending yourself, choose the attorneys with extensive experience, an impressive track record, and an impeccable reputation. Here at Midwest Center for Law & Justice, we have all three. Put our experience to work for you as you prepare to represent yourself in court.
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Questions answered

When pursuing the DIY option in legal situations, you will likely encounter numerous questions that you do not know how to answer. That is where we come in. Feel free to call us with all your questions concerning procedural issues or other questions related to your case. We will help you navigate the confusing legal system. Got questions? Add them for a small fee or free to large groups.

Get in touch with us

Get legal advice you can trust when you call Midwest Center for Law & Justice. Keep our number on speed dial for answers to all your legal questions.

You can reach us Monday through Friday during normal business hours at 417-833-9394, or on Saturday by appointment. You can also visit us at: 
1801 W Norton St, Suite 202
Springfield, MO 65803.

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