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Bitcoin Attorney will help put you in touch with a local Bitcoin attorney in your area. Attorneys listed on our site are familiar with Bitcoin and may also accept Bitcoin in exchange for their legal services. Look below for lawyers that accept bitcoin

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Marco Santori, Esq.

New York, New York

"I help innovators navigate financial regulations. Sometimes, we rewrite those regulations together and make them better." Marco Santori leads Cooley’s fintech practice, and is an authority in the law of blockchain technology. He is the Legal Ambassador for the Delaware Blockchain Initiative, the drafter of the New Jersey Digital Currency Jobs Creation Act and was called “The Dean of Digital Currency Lawyers” by an American Banker journalist. Marco focuses his practice on structuring innovative products into existing regulations, as well as crafting new regulations where required. He counsels on compliance with and disputes over money services, securities and derivatives laws, with both high-growth fintech companies and international financial institutions.


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Mushkin Law

Petaluma, California

At the Bleeding Edge of Virtual Currency. Virtual currency has left lawmakers, regulators, and the courts flatfooted. While they are scrambling to keep up, the Bitcoin team at is at virtual currency’s leading edge. We are a corporate finance and business litigation law firm that advises and provides services in the Bitcoin sphere. When it comes to laws and regulations, our Bitcoin law team has an extensive depth and breadth of knowledge. And we have our fingers on the pulse of pending legislation and regulations, and precedent-setting case law.


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Walters Law Group

Longwood, Florida

The virtual currency Bitcoin has been making headlines since its inception in 2009. Billed as a secure, non-regulated, decentralized currency[1] with the added benefit of user anonymity[2], Bitcoin has grown dramatically in the past several years, with more businesses accepting the form of payment (and more of the populace aware of its existence) every day. How will the online gaming industry be affected by the proliferation of Bitcoin? As yet, its future is uncertain, but the impact of this virtual currency is being felt throughout the world.


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Nesenoff & Miltenberg, LLP

New York, New York

Nesenoff & Miltenberg has embraced digital currency, and accepts payment for legal fees in bitcoin. The firm’s lawyers are skilled in addressing the regulatory and business concerns of clients entering the burgeoning Bitcoin industry. From payments to mining to securities, Nesenoff & Miltenberg counsels businesses in every segment of the digital currency space. Unlike attorneys in many full-service firms, our lawyers don’t require an hours-long explanation of how the blockchain works, or how you can leverage a third party wallet service’s API to remove your business from the grip of the Bank Secrecy Act. Nesenoff & Miltenberg’s digital currency team knows the industry from the inside out – no need to waste time bringing your lawyers up to speed.


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Benjamin C. Yablon, Esq.

Denver, Colorado

Attorney Yablon’s practice includes comprehensive bitcoin consulting on issues ranging from the set up of secure bitcoin wallets on computers and smart phones, the linking of traditional bank accounts to virtual wallets, easy to understand explanations of how to use bitcoin (what it is, how its ‘mined’), mining contract set up, backup of storage keys in secure off site locations, and a copy of the “Bitcoin Resource Guide.”


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Beverly Hills, California

Nu|Legal is a Beverly Hills based boutique law practice that focuses on its clients, not the numbers. Our firm represents business owners and corporate entities as well as individuals. We offer sophisticated and personally tailored solutions for the Greater Los Angeles business community.


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Bode & Grenier, LLP

Washington, D.C.

Bode & Grenier is a civil litigation boutique based in Washington, D.C. focusing on plaintiffs’, business, and class action litigation.

The adoption and explosion of Bitcoin has produced a billion dollar shadow market with more legal questions than answers. This site is dedicated to addressing and highlighting the legal issues surrounding Bitcoin.


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George D. Greenberg, Esq.

Las Vegas, Nevada

In the early 1800′s in the western United States, Judges would travel from town to town on horse back. Law enforcement was difficult at best and civil litigation was almost unheard of.

So it is with the brave new world of Crypto currencies. Bitcoin and Litecoin are the most well known and used alternate currencies. Bitcoin has great power and is indeed a form of money because hundreds of thousands of people have agreed to sanction it as such. It is easily converted to dollars or to the purchase of products.


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Arkady Bukh

Brooklyn, New York

New York criminal defense attorney Arkady Bukh understands how important trust is between clients and their attorney. Bitcoin is just one of the innovative ways Mr. Bukh maintains attorney client trust and embraces the use of technology to help serve his clients in the most efficient and cost effective manner. If you are facing criminal charges, you need the representation of an experienced criminal defense attorney to help you fight those charges by getting them reduced to a lesser charge, getting you alternative sentencing such as probation or community service or getting your case dropped. If you are worried about how you are going to pay for your legal defense, bitcoin can help alleviate those worries making it easy and efficient for you to retain Mr. Bukh’s skilled and professional legal services.


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Law 4 Small Business

Albuquerque, New Mexico

L4SB, a leading high-tech law firm focusing on the needs of small business, is proud to announce that it now accepts Bitcoin for the payment of small business legal services. “Our decision to accept Bitcoin for the payment of legal services meets two important objectives for the firm: First, we want to accept as many forms of payment as possible, to make it as easy as possible, for the small business to engage us for legal services. Second, we are an Internet savvy, high-tech law firm and law practice, and accepting and honoring Bitcoin adds credibility to that claim,” says Laurence S. Donahue, attorney and founder of L4SB.


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The Law Offices of David Aylor

Charleston, South Carolina

The Law Offices of David Aylor reports that it has accepted a client’s payment in the form of Bitcoins. The transaction represents the first publicly recorded Bitcoin payment made in the United States for legal services. South Carolina Attorney David Aylor said that his client, who wishes to remain anonymous, completed the Bitcoin payment earlier today.


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Larry Forman Law, PLLC

Louisville, Kentucky

Larry Forman graduated from the University of Louisville cum laude in 2010 with a B.A. in Philosophy and a minor in Justice Administration. He earned his J.D. just across the street at the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law in 2013.


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Arguello, Hope and Associates

Houston, Texas

Arguello, Hope and Associates has decided to start accepting payment for our fee-based services via Bitcoin. We are the second practice in Houston and one of only a handful of firms that has started to accept Bitcoins in the state of Texas. Bitcoin has the potential to shake up the financial industry and many companies are starting to realize that adapting is not an option, but a requirement to survive in todays economy.


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Bend Law Group, PC

Bay Area, California

We represent a wide range of businesses around the Bay Area including tech startups, food trucks, breweries, hair salons, film production companies, artists, consultants, and international clients. We take time to understand each of our clients’ legal needs and tailor our services to meet those needs in an efficient and cost effective manner.


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Royse Law Firm

Palo Alto, California

Royse Law Firm, a corporate and tax law firm, is one of the first law firms in the United States to accept Bitcoin for legal fees, according to the firm’s founder, Roger Royse. Bitcoin is a decentralized electronic currency not controlled by an intermediate financial institution or government and has been described as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. “Our firm is headquartered at the heart of innovation, Silicon Valley, so it is natural that we would incorporate promising new industries and technologies to enhance the Royse Law Firm client experience,” said Royse.


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