Mental Health Professionals
At The Legal Department, mental health professionals are very special to us. From social workers to therapists and counselors, we love them all! For an industry that exists to promote emotional, psychological and social wellbeing, it is important for our clients and their businesses to get the legal help needed so that they may continue serving others.
Most often our clients who are mental health professionals come see us to improve their client and worker relationships. These are essential components to have in place for your business to have a strong foundation. If you would like more information on how we assist small business owners in this industry, check out our Resources tab above.
Here’s what our clients who are mental health professionals are saying:
“The process was smooth and went quickly, they were able to help me in a timely manner and made sure I understood the moving pieces along the way. Laurie was very knowledgeable in the details of my matter and took the time to explain things to me in a way that I could understand.”
“Laurie Lee and her team have been tremendously helpful with several issues that have arisen over the past couple of years. Not only is Laurie Lee a great attorney, she is also a phenomenal business coach.”
“I’d give them 6 stars if I could. As a mental health practice owner I’ve always found the legal side of business to be intimidating and quite frankly- scary! I never doubt that I’ll receive top notch service from them and feel very confident in their expertise in the mental health space.”
For mental health services, the two areas of most concern are highlighted below:
The type, organization, structure, and governance of your business is the most basic aspect of your foundation.
Many service professionals are governed by specialized rules and regulations in addition to general regulations.
Having direct, honest relationships with your clients is the key to repeat business, referrals, and long-term success.
When you’re the client, understanding the agreement and how the relationship should work is critical.
Relationships with an employee or independent contractor need to be defined to protect your business and clients.
Without structure or guidelines to establish expectations and accountability, business partners can pose a high risk.
An important part of protecting your brand is making sure you trademark rights are in place.
Copyrights capture a broad range of things you create for your business or for your clients.
We Are Experienced. We Serve Small Businesses in Florida.
The Legal Department is a small business law firm assisting mental health professionals in the state of Florida.
We work as trusted advisors to mental health professionals, providing them with the resources they need to grow and protect their businesses. Our focus is on moving business’ forward, allowing business owners to embrace their opportunities while also protecting against liabilities.
We don’t do hourly billing at The Legal Department, which allows us to be transparent with our clients so they know their costs before they hire us. Our mission is to allow small business owners in the mental health profession to get the legal advice they need in a way that is simple, dependable and effective.
We offer many different services to help support mental health professionals looking to do things the RIGTH way. Examples of the legal areas we assist with include, Business Formations, Ownership Agreements, Vendor Agreements, Service Agreements, Employee Agreements, Trademarks, Copyrights, and Regulatory Compliance.