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How Our Process Serves Our Clients

Updated: Jun 6, 2023


We don’t just say that “we are different from other law firms,” we live by those words. Every interaction, process, and decision works to create our distinction and provide our clients with a legal and business partner, not just a fancy lawyer oblivious to how construction actually works.

A core way we demonstrate our differentiation is how we work with our clients. You are not a number on a file stacked on our desk then tucked away in a cabinet, you are our partner that we continually provide value for and build a trusted relationship with. We build long-lasting partnerships so we can help grow and strengthen your business.

While every service or case requires a different approach, below is a breakdown of our general process. We encourage you to explore our website to learn more about who we are and what we do. The process below is just a glimpse of what we strive to assist with and achieve for our clients.

The MNCLS Process

Step 1: Understand Your Business

To resolve your situation, we need to first understand your business. Legal solutions should not come in an ‘out of the box’ arrangement. In fact, a legal solution is not always the only option; that’s why we take the time to thoroughly understand the goals and objectives of your business, not just the current issue.

We are business people first and lawyers second. We use our knowledge and experience in law to support your business by making practical decisions. That doesn’t always mean using the most powerful legal tools because those can sometimes end up impairing your business, instead of helping you grow.

Step 2: Outline the Issue or Concern

Once we understand your business, we can then fully understand the current situation. We dive into the logistics of the issue including a thorough analysis of available documents and background research. From complex situations to clear-cut requests, we make sure we understand the depth and details of the dilemma. Once we have all the information then we move into the planning phase.

Step 3: Develop the Strategy

Using our personal experience in construction and expertise in construction law, we create a legal and business strategy that will resolve the current issue and achieve your business’s envisioned outcome. During this process, we will collaborate with you to determine the best route for you and your business. Yet when it comes down to it, we give you the tools, options, and information you need in order to determine your strategy, yet you always remain the decision-maker for your business. Our team will be your legal aid for whatever route you choose and will work equally hard to establish a positive outcome.

Step 4: Implement the Solution

With the agreed-upon strategy in hand, we start making things happen. From drafting your contracts, issuing payment demands, or representing you at court, we have everything covered. We take away the stress and time commitment of dealing with these situations. We’ll keep you informed during the entire process so you are up to date and confident in the process while still being able to focus on your day-to-day activities. Your business’s success is what drives us to obtain the best results possible.

Step 5: Prepare for the Future

Once the original situation is resolved, we work with you to identify and put into action other business and legal plans that will help grow your business. We are your long-term business partner. Our services allow you to not just solve problems as they arise, but to implement proactive measures that will prepare and protect your business for next week, month, year, and further.

Our process is personalized and attentive. You and your business are our number one priority, and our process reflects that. Every step and decision is purposefully established to help grow your business. Get in touch, we’ll prove it.

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