Law Firm Business Loans
Loans and Financing Options for Law Firms
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Types of Law Firm Business Loans
How Law Firm Business Loans Can Help You
Managing a law firm can be challenging for its owners. From hiring quality staff to help your legal practice run smoothly, to upgrading invoice and payment systems, getting access to the right financing to pay for these is important. You want to provide the best possible experience and service to your clients. Consider financing to cover your everyday working capital needs.
Hire the Best Staff
- Use a working capital loan to recruit, and attract the best staff
- Hire the best staff to help you manage your law firm’s customer service and finances
Modernize Your Law Firm’s Office
- Purchase new furniture to create a comfortable, clean, modern meeting spaces for meeting your clients
- Upgrade your law firm’s invoicing and payment systems
Pay For Everyday Expenses
- Cover the cost of recurring expenses like payroll, expenses, and materials
- Pay for your law firm’s space rent, utilities and taxes to keep the lights on and water running
Expand Your Law Firm to New Locations
- Expand your law firm to a larger location or open a office in a new area
- Bring on additional staff with extra working capital funds
How to Apply
Why National Funding?
When considering the needs of your law firm, you want a lender who has worked with legal practices before. At National Funding, we understand that securing financing can be difficult. As a business owner, you sometimes have to wait for customers' payments to clear. Law firm financing loans from National Funding don’t require lengthy paperwork. Speak with one of our friendly, knowledgeable Funding Specialists to learn more about our business loans.
We Know Law Firm Businesses
Experience supporting law firm business owners
Trusted by Businesses Like Yours
Over $3 billion in funding to more than 50,000 businesses nationwide
Lending solutions and payment options tailored to your specific needs
Fast & Easy Application Process
No-cost, no-obligation application with funding in as few as 24 hours1
Funding Specialists Who Care
Experienced Funding Specialists help you make the right decision
No collateral requirements, plus simple, automatic payments
Types of Loans Available for Law Firms
No matter what your law firm’s needs are, we have a small business loan option that will work for you. Our Funding Specialists are happy to help you find the right loan for your law firm. Simply apply online to see which option is best for you.
Bad Credit Business Loans
We understand how difficult it can be when a bad credit score prevents you from building a good one. That's why we have loan options for business owners with bad credit. Bad credit shouldn't affect your ability to receive financial solutions so our Funding Specialists look at your business potential, rather than your credit score to find alternative lending options for you.
Unsecured Business Loans
Traditional lenders sometimes require personal collateral when signing up for business loans. With our unsecured or uncollateralized small business loan, we do not require such collateral. That way you can focus on the more important aspects of your business without having to worry about losing your personal assets. Our unsecured business loans can provide you with peace of mind, flexibility, and financial stability.
Working Capital Loans
In order for businesses to run smoothly, they need on-hand cash to cover expected or unexpected expenses. Working capital loans can give your business access to cash when you need it most to cover these crucial expenses. A working capital loan allows you to have flexibility with your finances, maintain business ownership, and have access to cash for immediate expenses. Our working capital loans can help you have cash-on-hand to help cover everyday business expenses when money is tight or business is slow, and can even work as a business expansion loan.
Law Firm Business Resources
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Keeping around outdated computers could cost businesses more than the price of an upgrade. Most small business owners understand this intuitively, but what they may fail to recognize is that outdated hardware and software are both a liability and a lost opportunity. Said differently, failing to upgrade outdated technology in business at the same pace as industry competitors could prove to be a significant disadvantage. We’ll help you understand why.
Tax time is stressful for almost everyone, but as a small business owner you have a more complicated set of tax requirements to abide by than most. Navigating quarterly taxes and understanding the deductions available for your business are difficult tasks. Prepare yourself by reviewing these common tax mistakes so you know what to avoid and don’t cost your facility money come tax time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to your questions about financing and loans for lawyers and legal practices.
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