What are the eligibility requirements to collaborate with Marble Law as a co-counsel?
All applicants must be licensed to practice in their state, have a minimum of three years experience practicing Family Law, and pass a background check.
How are attorneys who collaborate with Marble compensated for their services?
Marble Law operates on a limited scope model where each service has a flat fee. Attorneys with Marble Law get paid a percentage for each service they work on. Marble Law pays 33% upfront and the remainder once the work is completed.
Are there any costs or fees associated with Marble Law?
No, it’s completely free for attorneys.
How many cases can I expect from Marble Law?
Your case volume depends entirely on your location and market. You’ll get full details of your allotted volume during your interview with the managing attorney in your market.
Can I keep taking on cases outside of Marble Law?
Absolutely. Whether you’re working at a law firm or as a solo practitioner, you are free to continue taking on any cases you want.
What makes Marble different from a referral service program?
Sourcing clients is a small part of what Marble Law does. They also handle client intake, payments, collections, and a wide variety of paralegal and administrative tasks.
What happens if a client doesn’t pay?
Marble Law handles billing and collections. You never need to worry about not being compensated even if clients don’t pay or refuse to pay.
Absolutely. You have complete freedom to review each case and its details before you decide whether or not to accept the case.
Do I have to use my Lawmatics account to work with Marble Law?
Once you start collaborating with Marble Law on cases, you’ll get access to a separate Lawmatics account and will be using that account on all Marble-related cases. You will have your existing Lawmatics account as well as an exclusive Lawmatics account for Marble.
Will my Marble Law cases show up in my own Lawmatics account?
No, your Marble cases will show up in a separate Lawmatics account that will be used for Marble Law cases only.