Plain and simple - get a BUSINESS degree.
Most business programs will have these following majors to choose from: Business Administration, Finance, Real Estate, Management, Business Law, Accounting.
Each major takes classes in all disciplines..like I stated before, if you major in Finance you will take classes in accounting, management, biz law, etc.
Based on your comments, I would think something like that is right up your alley.
The degree is only the degree. You're going to have to sell YOURSELF in the job market. Most college degrees don't teach you how to do one particular thing. Hopefully, a degree will have taught you how to make better informed decisions and become a better writer. After that..it's up to you to find your 'niche'.
As always..it depends. I'm basing my advice on your desire to have flexibility.
Also, you keep saying "in case I don't get into law school." I think you'll find in your research that it's not that hard to get into a law school..it's just hard to get into a top program. Lots of schools won't have a problem taking $30k a year from you.