Dallas, Texas, December 15, 2016 (Newswire.com) - The Law Store™, a U.S. law firm focused on innovating new concepts for access and delivery of legal services, has recently launched its new Texas brand, Hershewe and Humphreys, The Law Store™ in two new locations inside of Walmart this November: 7401Samuell Blvd. Dallas, TX 75228, and 150 North Interstate 35 East Service Road Lancaster, Texas.
The Dallas and Lancaster stores were open in time to offer deals on legal services by Black Friday including ‘buy one, get one free’ wills, reduced business service bundles, and reduced traffic ticket services. The two locations are offering $50 wills for area residents during the months of December and January.
"Our custom CRM platform allows clients to self-schedule online, manage documents, e-sign, pay online, and communicate with counsel - on their home computer or mobile device."
Kurt Benecke, Chief Operating Officer
Hershewe & Humphreys, The Law Store offers fast, face-to-face legal services in convenient locations and Free First Advice™. Customers can stop in or schedule an appointment with an attorney at The Law Store to discuss client’s needs and to create a legal plan. The sites offer a variety of services including wills and estate planning, traffic tickets and DWI, family law, small businesses, personal injuries, elder law, real estate services, immigration, and bankruptcy.
The Law Store is set to open two additional locations in the Kansas City, Missouri area in February and another in Grand Prairie, Texas by March. The Law Store is currently recruiting qualified, enthusiastic employees and interns for all new locations.
“Connecting with Walmart, the world’s largest retail chain, to evolve our vision for the convenient delivery of legal service just made sense,” said Kurt Benecke, Chief Operating Officer. The Law Store unites on-site attorney guidance in a friendly location with state-of-the-art technology and affordability and menu-style pricing. "Our custom CRM platform allows clients to self-schedule online, manage documents, e-sign, pay online, and communicate with counsel – on their home computer or mobile device,” said Benecke. “With The Law Store’s model, you can begin the process online and complete it with an attorney in-store. You even have the option to meet with your attorney while on a grocery run and complete the process at home.”
Hershewe & Humphreys, The Law Store will maintain business hours from 10am to 8pm on weekdays and 10am to 6pm on weekends. To learn more about The Law Store, its concept, plans for expansion, or to set up an interview, please contact Michelle Hucke at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.thelawstore.com.
Source: The Law Store