You pay a flat fee for a specific task, such as preparing a motion and appearing at a hearing. The fee will be discussed at the initial consultation if you want to use this plan. The lawyer shall immediately withdraw from the case as soon as the agreed upon task is over.
The attorney shall require a flat fee based on the anticipated amount of time to complete the task.
You will not have to come up with a large retainer since the attorney will only be handling specific tasks.
You may pay more per hour than you would with the other plan because the issues may be resolved quicker.
Everyone in the case, including the judge and the opposing party, will know that your lawyer will withdraw from the case immediately after the tasks are performed.
We can taylor a plan to suit your financial situation. Many lawyers take your money with no consideration that your finances are a big part of your case. We understand financial stress and will work with you.
For $100 per hour, our family lawyer will review all documents presented to him, answer all questions posed, and give unbiased legal advice which the client can use to determine whether their existing attorney is handling the matter appropriately, whether the client is handling it correctly, or whether a case should be initiated in the first place.
Least expensive legal assistance.
The representation ends after the consultation unless the client hires the attorney in an unbundled capacity or on retainer.
You pay an upfront retainer between $2000 and $6000, depending on the issues in the case.
The standard retainer remains in the lawyer's trust account until you are invoiced each month, and then the legal fees and costs reflected on the invoice are pulled from the trust account to pay the firm its fees. Once the retainer is depleted to approximately $500, you must replenish the retainer account with $2000 more.
The hourly legal fee is $350, billed in tenths of an hour.
You will not have to pay monthly fees and costs. If you have to borrow money from one source, you may want to get it all at one time to retain your lawyer rather than go back to your creditor repeatedly.
You will have to pay more money up front than with the Security Deposit Retainer because the firm takes on a much larger risk of non-payment.