For Attorneys

Say yes to more clients. Help more people AND grow revenue.

How it works

  1. Sign with JFM
  2. Engage with Potential Clients
  3. Initiate Client Approval
  4. Represent Client
  5. Invoice JFM and Get Paid

Chances are you’ve had to turn some clients away because of their inability to fund a retainer in a timely fashion. When this happens, it means the client doesn’t get the legal help they need and you watch that income walk out the door. It’s a loss for both you and the client. This is the Justice Gap.

Justice For Me helps bridge the Justice Gap by making legal services affordable for your clients and lets you help more people, grow your business, and takes away any credit risks along with the hassle and time wasted doing collections.

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Common Challenges and how we help

Challenges

  • You turn many potential clients who cannot pay retainer
  • You don’t want to/can’t offer financing
  • You want to avoid chasing bills / debts
  • You need help finding more clients

Solution

  • JFM loans let you accept and retain more clients
  • JFM takes on the financing challenge
  • No more collection and billing hassles
  • Fast and secure payment
  • JFM is a source of potential clients

FAQs

Can I submit past due balances for clients who have closed cases with me?

No. However, on a case-by-case basis, if you have a current client who has a past due balance and wants to use JFM because they cannot afford to pay invoices for future work, we are happy to evaluate them for a line of credit.

Can I have a client apply for Justice For Me credit after they have a closed case with me?

No, we don’t finance closed cases. We can only fund invoices for current work.

What does JFM require from Attorneys in order to join the JFM Network?

When an attorney asks to join the JFM network, we check the attorney’s license status, as well as disciplinary and administrative history. Every JFM network attorney must be in good standing with all of the states to which they have been admitted to practice law. In addition, we check to see if the attorney has been publicly disciplined. We will not process applications from attorneys who have been disciplined within the last four years or have two or more public sanctions. In addition, we regularly check all attorneys in the network and will remove attorneys who have been disciplined by the bar since joining.

Do I have to pay to be on the JFM website or part of the JFM Network?

No, JFM provides an online network of Attorneys, free of charge, to assist clients in their research for legal representation. There is no charge to join the JFM network. Your marketing profile is included in our directory as a courtesy and you may set your own rates and there are no quotas, minimums, or commitments. If you want to make a change to your online profile, you can simply email us at any time.

Lawyer stories

“It’s helped us recapture a lot of income that would have otherwise gone to the wind.”

“At Bell Ripper PLLC, we market estate planning with Justice For Me to what is a whole new market”

There is no charge to join the Justice For Me network. You set your own rates and there are no quotas nor commitments.