The .attorney domain name is perfect for law firms, law schools and other legal organizations to establish a unique identity within the niche world of law. Potential clients and customers will be able to search for a superior .attorney website to find just the right legal fit.
The .attorney launch is divided into two pre-registration phases: Priority Pre-Registration (Early Access) and Pre-Registration (General Availability.) Each phase has specific application requirements:
Pre-registration gives you the best possible chance of securing a domain name before it's available to the general public, but it doesn't guarantee you will get it. You can pre-register for Early Access and General Availability phases, and we'll submit your registration application when the phase begins.
Multiple applications with different registrars are resolved on a first-come, first-served basis during General Availability. If you aren't able to secure the domain name, we'll refund the registration fee. Application fees will not be refunded.
From October 1, 2014, at 17:00 UTC to October 8, 2014 at 17:00 UTC, customers can register .attorney domain names at a premium price, and on a first-come, first-served basis. This phase offers the best chance of securing a domain name.
Bulk .attorney registration is not supported during Early Access.
Pricing: The first 4 days of Priority Pre-Registration will have different fees, with day one being the highest and every day thereafter decreasing in price. Days 5 through 7 will be the same fee. The price of a domain registration during Priority Pre-Registration includes the registration fee and a non-refundable early application fee. For example, if a domain name's registration fee is $30 and the early application fee is $12,500, then the total cost is $12,530. The price of your gTLD may vary based on the domain you search for and pre-register.
The early application fee is NOT refundable if the domain is rewarded and then dropped. The early application fee is not charged if you do not get the domain. The registration fee is refundable if the domain name is dropped, or if you do not get the domain name.
Beginning October 8, 2014, at 17:00 UTC, customers can register .attorney domain names on a first-come, first-served basis.
Bulk .attorney registration is supported during General Availability.
Multiple applications with different registrars are resolved on a first-come, first-served basis during General Availability. If you aren't able to secure the domain name, we'll refund the registration fee.
If you are awarded the domain name, you have 5 days to cancel your domain name and get a refund of the registration fee only.
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The .attorney domain is not a restricted TLD, so anyone can register it on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if you intend to host legal services on your domain name, the following eligibility information is required:
An accrediting body is an organization or institution that is accepted as providing official credentials.
Registrations of Domains that will not be providing legal services, will NOT need to provide any eligibility information. The domain purchase path will capture the required info if and when necessary for each Domain purchased for .attorney.
These domain names can have a up to 63 characters, with a minimum of 3 characters, and can contain letters (a-z), numbers (0-9) and hyphens (except in the 3rd or 4th characters of the domain name). You cannot register domain names with special characters such as & and #. The .attorney supports IDNs (Internationalized Domain Names) in the following languages: French and Spanish.
The Rightside Registry manages and supports the .attorney extension.
You can register a .attorney domain name for a minimum of one year and a maximum of 10 years.
We'll attempt to auto-renew your .attorney domain name on its expiration date. We will park .attorney domain names after the first failed billing attempt. If the domain name isn't renewed within 40 days following expiration, we cancel the the domain name and remove it from your account.
Yes. See Transfer domain names to GoWebsite for details on the transfer process.
Yes. See Transferring Domain Names to Another Registrar for details on the transfer process for these domain names.
Private Registration is offered for .attorney domain names, but Protected Registration is not available.
No. We currently do not support that backorder of .attorney domain names.
Yes. See Move a domain to another GoWebsite account to start the account move process.
Yes. See Change contact information for details on making these changes.
Two nameservers is required for .attorney domain to resolve, and a maximum of 13 nameservers is allowed. IPv4 and IPv6 are supported.
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