Oh John, that is just way too much for a consultation. I have an attorney on my advisory board that is doing work for a reduced rate and taking equity as well for his advisory role. He brings a ton of business experience to the table as he had been the Chief Legal Counsel for an international telecoms company (we worked there together on a merger).
Another option is to go to the local incubators and find out who they use for legal work. You want someone that understands start ups.
AVVO is a great resource to ask legal questions without paying for the advice. You may have to wait 24 hours or so to get the advice, and you still have to vet the advice that you get (often you get 5 or 6 responses), but it is a terrific resource. It was founded by a guy that I worked with on a project with the Board of Directors of Orbitz.
Also, there are many agreement templates available on the Internet and so you can start from that point, rather than from a blank sheet of paper. That saves legal costs.