Justice For Me Expands Its Legal Loans Service To Colorado

Industry: Legal Services

Legaltech Company Will Give More Coloradans Access to Justice and Help Attorneys Grow their Practices.

San Antonio, TX (PRUnderground) June 4th, 2020

Justice For Me (JFM), whose purpose is to close the Justice Gap, today announced its expansion to Colorado. JFM will be offering affordable legal loans to residents of the Centennial state from now on.

“We are excited about expanding our geographic reach”, said Joseph Cooper, co-founder and CEO of Justice For Me. “While we were founded in Texas and have grown there and proven our model works, the Justice Gap is in all 50 states. We will be expanding to Colorado and beyond in 2020 and helping more people in more states.”

Many people that need an attorney’s help cannot afford it, particularly when it usually includes a large upfront retainer. At the same time, attorneys turn away up to 30% of potential clients because most lawyers are small businesses and often cannot offer credit.

Justice For Me solves these challenges. We offer affordable legal loans for civil cases and some criminal cases, with 0% interest options. Our customers pay no upfront cash or retainer but instead have affordable monthly payments. Attorneys can accept and retain more clients, avoid collection hassles and get fast payments.

“This service enables us to work with more clients” said Brooke Alexander, partner at Alexander & Ewert, in Fort Collins, Colorado. “Family related matters are stressful, and so having payment plans that can help spread the financial burden is a great tool for some of our clients. We are excited to have this as an option we can suggest to the families we work with.”

About Alexander & Ewert

Clients look to Fort Collins family law attorneys, Alexander & Ewert for honest and realistic advice in the areas of Divorce, Separation, Child Custody and Child Support.

About Justice For Me

Justice for Me (JFM) removes the financial obstacles that prevent clients and attorneys from connecting, by using technology and a network of lawyers and financial partners that work with clients who cannot afford traditional legal representation.

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