We get a mountain of questions about which plan our members should be choosing.

Most of the time, the answer is our “Professional” plan. Here’s why. Kabuk is designed to match individuals or businesses with the right legal provider for their specific needs and enable them to easily book a mutually convenient appointment time. Bookings are made between a person and a specific lawyer/paralegal, not with the firm the professional belongs to.

To determine match, each lawyer or paralegal needs to have a profile that reflects their background, expertise and availability, conveying enough ‘flavour’ to prospective clients to figure out fit.

The “Firm” plan is designed for administrators of firms. It enables firms to display all of their members on one page like this. At the same time, firms can benefit from consolidated billing for all firm members, and per member discounts for larger firms. Firm administrators can add or remove members from the team page and can optionally choose to receive notifications when appointments are booked with their team. You can read more about how to get set up with a firm plan here.

We think of our firm plans as membership to a group. As a lawyer, you can belong to a Firm, but you still need to first set up your Professional account as an individual (including creating your practice(s) and filling out your schedule and profile details). Once you have created a practice, it can easily be associated with the Firm you belong to.

Still not sure which plan is right for you? Contact us directly here. We’re happy to help!

Kabuk connects consumers with the legal providers they need, when they need them, and enables them to request desired appointments online. Our platform is designed to streamline the legal discovery process, putting needed information right at the fingertips of consumers, and helping them to make more informed decisions. For legal providers, we help increase your online presence and improve your customer acquisition efforts. Check us out at kabuklaw.com and follow us at @KabukLaw.

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