Most businesses start with a single domain name but as your firm grows, you’ll likely accumulate more domains for its promotion and protection. When you get to the point where you manage a domain portfolio consisting of multiple names, you’ll want to ensure that you are keeping them with a registrar you can trust.
1. We don’t lock you into a contract
We want you to enjoy working with us, so we don’t lock our clients into contracts or charge termination fees if they try to leave. Although domain names are registered annually, you can transfer your domains from Join.Law during that time. Many other registrars use domain registrations as an excuse to lock you into a contract or incur hefty termination fees.
2. You get access to new domain launches
New generic top-level domains are being launched every year and working with Join.Law comes with the benefit of getting early access to register your trademark during new domain launches. If you register your trademark with the trademark clearinghouse, then you will be the first to know about new releases.
3. Join.Law handles domain registrations in-house
Many law firms practice defensive domain registration, especially with country-code domains. However, ccTLDs can be difficult to register; some even require a lot of documentation. We can help you to satisfy local presence requirements with our global trustee services.
Finding a partner to help you with all your online needs can be challenging. You deserve a registrar that carries a large selection of domains, offers transparent pricing, provides excellent service, and has the products and services you need, so you don’t need to spread yourself amongst various service providers.
Transfer your digital assets to Join.Law
If you have domains with a different corporate domain registrar, you can transfer to Join.Law and take advantage of our low transfer prices, which include an additional year of renewal. We work with international law firms to one-man-shows and start-ups, and we want to work with you, too.