Brisbane Views help with business loans for lawyer’s to
help manage the expenses and day-to-day operations
of legal practices. With many elements needed to run
a successful legal practice, business loans play an
important role in ensuring that legal practices continue
to run smoothly. Here we’ll cover some of the financial
requirements of law practices and the options for
business loans.

We will be rolling out a number of initiatives to grow and incubate our community.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could take 5 minutes to fill out our survey to understand what support you need.

Reasons for Legal Practice Business Loans:

  • For Premises and Office Equipment
    Rent, purchase, or renovate your premises and acquire
    office equipment such as copiers, shredders, and
    telephone systems.
  • For Staffing and Professional Development
    Hire staff, including professional legal and support staff, and invest in training and development.
  • For Marketing, Branding, Advertising, and
    Public Relations
    Gain new clients through marketing and advertising efforts, including SEO, pay-per-click advertising, and social media.
  • For Boosting Cash Flow
    Improve cash flow during times when working capital is low, such as when waiting for invoices to be paid.

Types of Business Loans and Financial Products Available:

  • Business Overdraft
    Run a negative balance on your business transaction
    account up to an agreed amount and pay interest only on the funds used.
  • Business Line of Credit
    Access an agreed amount of funds and pay interest only on what you use.
  • Bank Term Loan
    Receive a lump sum amount and make regular payments over the term until the loan is paid back.
  • Business Credit Cards
    Use for short-term finance needs with a grace period on
    interest for charges.
  • Unsecured Business Loans
    Apply easily online with technology that analyzes your
    finances to determine eligibility.

Preparing to Apply for a Business Loan:

  • Check your credit history and credit score.

For bank term loans, have at least two years of financial statements ready.