Life happens. Businesses evolve. Laws change. When changes happen, we'll be there to help you adapt to those changes. Our clients stick with us because they trust us. Our focus is on long-term relationships with families and businesses. We want to get to know you, to understand your situation and your goals. As things change for you, let's deal with those changes together.
Our office offers a free consultation for estate planning and charges a small fee for business consultations.
Most of our services are offered using a fixed-price or flat fee. A sample fee schedule can be found on the Practice Areas page of our website.
Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Most of our services are offered on a flat fee basis. Flat fee means you get a fixed price based on your project, instead of being charged by the hour. With a flat fee, there's no uncertainty about the price. You know exactly what you'll get and what it will cost before we start working together. No surprises. No watching the clock. Just a laser focus on you and your concerns. Isn't that how you'd rather work together?
Boone Law was founded in 2007 by Kristal Hall Boone because she wanted to make common legal services easily available to individuals, nonprofits and small businesses. Kristal Hall Boone focuses her practice in the areas of business law, nonprofit law and estate planning. Ms. Boone's experience includes, but is not limited to, the formation of for profit and nonprofit entities, representing buyers and sellers in the acquisition of a business, drafting and negotiating contracts, and preparation of wills and trusts. Ms. Boone is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, with distinction and a minor in Urban Studies. After graduation, Ms. Boone attended Vanderbilt University Law School in Nashville, Tennessee where she received her Doctorate of Jurisprudence in May of 2005.
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