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- Ivy R.
Corporate Law Attorney
I set up a consultation with Cahoon and it was so great. I'm completely new to all the legal things surrounding my business and she helped me understand so much. I highly recommend her services and I look forward to her help as we love forward.Nov 9, 2020Verified
- James W.
Real Estate Attorney
Amber was a great resource. She provided me with guidance to not only feel confident about the legal terms of my contract but she also recommended an excellent contractor to get my inspection done in my short timeline. My bar is pretty high being the son of a lawyer and Amber exceeded my expectations.Oct 27, 2020Verified
- Marian O.
Corporate Law Attorney
She was very informative and nice in my consultation. I appreciate the honesty and advice given to me. I highly recommend!Sep 19, 2019Verified
- Adam V.
Amber was pleasant to talk with, she covered a wide range of topics explaining how each interacted with what I am doing.Oct 12, 2018Verified
- Something Extra Enterprises
Cohoon Legal delivered my business formation documents quickly and explained every step of the process. It was easy to work with this firm and I would recommend Cohoon Legal to others.Feb 13, 2020Review from Google
License Type: Attorney (TX)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I offer the following fee structures: flat fee limited scope representation retainer payments payment plans monthly or annual prepaid consulting plans
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?1. A phone consultation can be scheduled on her website. 2. During the phone consultation, Attorney Amber Cohoon will discuss the process for engaging her services and the fee arrangement. 3. In most cases, a follow-up email is sent to the potential client so they can respond when they are ready to move forward. 4. Once the client accepts, then an engagement letter is drafted for the representation. 5. After the engagement letter is returned signed, then an invoice for payment is sent. 6. A folder is sent for the client to upload any documents that the attorney needs to review to begin the work on the case. 7. We communicate primarily through email and when we need to discuss a matter or review a contract, then my clients schedule a call through my online system. 8. Updates and status on the matter can be requested by email, but often we will reach out by email to let you know what is happening. 9. Our Firm typically carries a caseload of 40 to 70 active cases and we use paralegals, legal assistance and in some cases other contract attorneys to assist in the work load.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas at Austin in Communication Studies. I worked for over thirteen years before going back to school to become an Attorney. I have been a small business owner and worked for other large and small companies learning many valuable skills in the business arena. I have worked with many small businesses and nonprofits to help form their business, acquire and sell property, evaluate real estate and other contracts, advise them on employment and other business concerns, negotiate contracts and settlements, and defend and prosecute litigation on their behalf. I earned my Juris Doctor from Texas A&M University School of Law.