If so, Avvo Advisor might be for you. Here’s how it works for lawyers:

If you’re available, Avvo notifies you via text when someone purchases a session in your state and practice area. Respond to the text to claim the session, then call the client back within 15 minutes for the consultation.

You’ll collect $39 for each call (so far, Avvo is not taking a cut, to avoid fee-sharing concerns).

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Since it looks like any lawyer can sign up to take calls and the client has no control over which lawyer takes the call, I’ve asked Avvo to clarify what it means by top-rated in its tagline for the new service: “Legal advice from a top-rated lawyer on the phone.” Since it is Avvo, it would make sense if participating lawyers had to maintain a 9+ Avvo rating, for example, but nothing on the website suggests that is the case.

Update from Avvo:

[I]t’s easy to miss the statement on our Advisor page, but “top-rated” means an attorney has been positively reviewed, receiving 4-5 stars from clients. We note the quality guarantee, and also guarantee a customer’s money back if he/she isn’t satisfied with his/her session.

Bob Abrogi also posted a followup:

In order to participate in the program, a lawyer must have an Avvo rating of 7.5 or higher and client ratings of four out of five stars. Lawyers must apply to participate in the program and are screened based on their ratings.

Makes sense.