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Its pretty simple to set up a page, I can set it up, but you would have to set up a deal with a few lawyers to get a copy of the leads as they come in. Once that is done, you could sell it as a business.

I am working on a deal like that for solar.

Good luck with it.
 

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Sure, makes sense; my time is occupied running other business's. Do you think the domain could fetch $2k+ as is? Thank you!
 

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I agree, it's definitely a great name and worth more than $2K IMHO. If you don't want to develop it, then I would put it up for sale and hold it for sure. At the very least, put up a simple for sale page.

Although, I'm not sure a lawyer would pay off the bat for listing on the domain. You woul dneed to have targetted traffic to it first otherwise they'd be paying for nothing.

I see it as a directory site where lawyers pay for featured/top listings in their area of practice once you get the traffic.