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InHouse Counsel 2017-01-26T22:50:50+00:00

Helping to Protect Your Contracting Business & Reputation

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InHouse Counsel is the leader in “in-house” legal for construction companies. For a small monthly retainer fee, we offer complete litigation services and provide legal advise about contracts and “client management” issues to help you avoid litigation exposure, reputation damage and potential loss of your contractor’s license.

$500 Per Month Covers All InHouse Counsel Legal Services Including:

InHouse Counsel Also Helps With Contract Formation & Enforcement

Contract Formation

Guarantees, Clauses, Disputes, and Prohibition
InHouse Counsel creates contracts that you can use with your clients that guarantee payment for services; arbitration clauses to address disputes and prohibitions against third party disclosures of negative or critical information.

Contract Enforcement

Enforcement of All Contractual Provisions
InHouse Counsel will monitor all client related activities and provide swift enforcement of all contractual provisions of your agreement with your clients.  As part of the InHouse Counsel program, our firm will vigorously defend you and your company by filing lawsuits to enforce payment provisions with your clients within ten days of any breach–at no cost to you (other than the monthly fee you pay).

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For just $500 per month InHouse Councel will take care of complete litigation services and provide legal advise about contracts and “client management” issues to help you avoid litigation exposure, reputation damage and potential loss of your contractor’s license.

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Introducing

RMO Partners helps people become licensed contractors by providing a contractor licensed corporation to operate in. RMO Partners supervises all aspects of the corporate business operations allowing you to focus your valuable time on establishing a solid foundation. After 5 years you may qualify to be your own RMO and acquire the operational contracting business. At that time you have the option to have the majority of the business transferred to you.

Once this is completed, you may begin signing contracts on behalf of the company and begin performing construction work!

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