Fixed and Value Pricing The BFLC Way!

Fixed and Value Pricing! Something we all know we need to understand but the challenge for most lawyers is knowing where to start! 

A few years ago my firm, Brisbane Family Law Centre, made the shift from time sheets to fixed fees. I now operate solely on Fixed and Value Pricing. That’s right- no more time sheets! 

These packs are designed to give you access to all we have created to help you implement fixed pricing in your firm.

The 'Most of What You Need' Document Pack
This document sample pack contains the basics to help you implement fixed & value pricing in your firm.
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The 'Have it All' Document Pack
This document sample pack contains ALL the basic documents you will need to help you implement fixed & value pricing in your firm.
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WOULD YOU LIKE SOME FIXED FEE FRIES WITH THAT?

Discounted pricing on our document packs, workshops and coaching in the ‘fixed pricing fries’ I mean bundles below!

The Bare Basics

For Fixed Fee and Value Pricing The BFLC Way
$1118
$ 949
  • One ticket to any of the upcoming "Fixed and Value Pricing Workshops."
  • The 'most of what you need' pack
  • Fixes Fee Agreements, Sample Scopes and Example Tax Invoice

The Get Started Now

For Fixed Fee and Value Pricing The BFLC Way
$1549
$ 1,449
  • One ticket to any of the upcoming "Fixed and Value Pricing Workshops."
  • The 'have it all' documents pack
  • Costs Agreement, Fixes Fee Agreements, Sample Scopes and Example Tax Invoice
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The Have it All & All & All

For Fixed Fee and Value Pricing The BFLC Way
$2557
$ 1,990
  • Personalised coaching session with Clarissa Rayward
  • One ticket to any of the upcoming "Fixed and Value Pricing Workshops."
  • The 'have it all' documents pack
  • Costs Agreement, Fixes Fee Agreements, Sample Scopes and Example Tax Invoice

WHY FIXED AND VALUE PRICING COULD BE RIGHT FOR YOUR FIRM

Around 3 years ago now I made the decision that it was time to do away with time based billing systems in my law firm. Fast forward 3 years and we have made the shift, but not without many learnings along the way.

The professions of Law and Accounting are amongst the slowest of the professions to change. Despite much talk of innovation and disruption only a handful of firms have made the shift to billing structures that are anything other than the traditional ‘time for money’ model.

In order for legal and accounting practices to stay ahead of these changing times, I am firmly of the view that we need to move away from the outdated ‘time based billing’ models that our professions have survived on for many generations. Time based billing structures sadly reward inefficiencies- the slower a piece of work is done the higher a firm may be able to charge.  If we step outside of Law and Accounting and consider the many industries of business, very few connect their ‘price’ to the time it takes to get something done.

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