What We Believe
- Value Billing- We believe that clients should pay for the value of the services received and should pay one fee for their legal work. Clients should know exactly how much they are paying and can be comfortable knowing that their legal matter can be handled for that fee. We do not believe that clients should be charged an hourly rate. This approach allows us to charge a flat fee for our services.
- Communication- We believe that all appointments with the Attorney should be scheduled. This approach allows the Attorney to prepare and focus only on that client at that time. The attorney can give all their attention to that client to ensure that their specific issues and concerns are addressed during that appointment. We have a secure client portal where clients can communicate and exchange documents with the attorney online.
- Commitment to the Environment- At Jolly Esquire, we believe in utilizing technology because we respect the environment. We are committed to being a paperless office and reduce the use of paper in an effort to save trees. We only print paperwork when it is absolutely necessary to print. We also maintain electronic practice management and document management software.
Who We Are
"I believe that small businesses are the cornerstone of the American economy. When businesses are formed, developed and established, their stability and growth, contributes to the strength of the American economy as a whole."
Kamilah M. Jolly, Esq.
Founder & Managing Attorney
Kamilah M. Jolly was raised in Miami, Florida. Jolly pursued her legal education at the FAMU College of Law. In November of 2008, Jolly opened Jolly Esquire, PLLC. Jolly Esquire, PLLC provides legal and consulting services in the areas of business, real estate, trademark, copyright, entertainment, personal injury and document drafting & preparation. Jolly has served as the Founding President of the FAMU College of Law Alumni Alliance, which is the governing body of the FAMU College of Law Alumni. She was also the Alumni Advisor for the Gwendolyn S. Cherry chapter of Phi Alpha Delta. Jolly also assisted with the administrative duties of the reestablished Bankruptcy Clinical Externship at FAMU College of Law.