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Once you've posted your job, you are under no oblgiation to choose a lawyer. If you choose a lawyer, you have ten days to cancel.
Although you can post any kind of legal job, LawPitch lists the jobs that are more likely to receive proposals. These jobs include certain business, contract, real estate, wills and family law services. For other legal services, such as litigation or other services where a lawyer cannot estimate the time involved in file, lawyers are unlikely to submit a proposal with a fixed fee.
You pay for the legal service when you choose your lawyer. The price includes the legal fee, service fee and any applicable taxes. Some proposals require that you pay for the lawyer's out-of-pocket expenses separately. The timing of these payments is at the lawyer's discretion.
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You can post any kind of legal job - incorporations, contracts, real estate, family law, etc. However, you should note that it may be difficult to receive bids for jobs in some areas of law, such as litigation, where it is difficult to find a lawyer to charge a fixed fee.
Lawyers are required to contact you within 2 business days. You have 10 calendar days from the date your bid is accepted to cancel the bid and receive a refund through LawPitch equal to 90% of the bid price. The other 10% is kept as a cancellation fee, but will be used as a credit if you select another lawyer for the job.