Flat Fees2020-05-10T16:11:57-07:00


Flat Fees

Forget about hourly billing. Flat fees provide transparency and cost certainty. Our clients know from the initial consultation how much it will cost to hire an attorney. Not only does this enable our clients to budget without worry about surprise invoices, our clients commonly save thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars compared to attorneys who limitlessly bill by the hour.

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Flat fees are the perfect for clients whose legal needs are clearly defined. This is the most popular fee structure for services like legal document preparation or representation at a court hearing.

Your invoice should never be a surprise. But at traditional law firms, you sign the fee agreement where you promise to pay invoices upon receipt with literally no idea how much those invoices will cost. In any other context, any decent attorney would strongly discourage you from blinding entering into such an uncertain contract. Local law firms often require ten to fifteen thousand dollars just to start your case and that retainer may be depleted within a couple of weeks.

Our attorneys have no billable hour requirements, unlike at most other law firms. We measure attorney performance based on client satisfaction and the results obtained instead. This ensures that our goals align with your goals. We want to resolve your case as quickly and inexpensively as possible.

The flexibility of our fee structures allows us to accommodate clients with limited budgets who would be turned away at other firms. We strive to make quality legal assistance available to everyone. We work with our clients to customize every fee structure to their unique needs and budget.

Below you will find resources to illustrate the unpredictable costs of hiring traditional attorneys and explain certain billing practices commonly used throughout the industry.

If you have questions about our flat fees or would like a quote, contact us for a free consultation with an experienced attorney.


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