See terms of representation. We provide flat fees with no hidden costs where we know the amount of work required. We work on a percentage basis where allowed by the ethics rules which means that we do not get paid unless you get paid. We work on an hourly basis with a retainer in all other cases. We keep our fees in line with the competition and we will match most written quotes if you provide the quote to us.
The amount of the engagement fee can only be determined after learning the specifics of a particular case though an initial extended consultation. See terms of representation and additional information below for further details.
Simple & Doable
We keep it simple. We use engagement letters which are one or two pages long. The letter outlines our agreement and we both sign at the bottom. We work with clients on the financial aspect of the representation so let’s talk about your situation.
Clear & Fair
You are responsible for the fees earned and the costs incurred per the letter we sign. If you put money into a retainer with us, then it is your money until it is earned or spent on your behalf. Once we deduct what is due to us and the representation ends, we will refund the balance to you or you can keep the money in the account without penalty as a retainer.
Representation of any client does not begin until after an engagement agreement is fully executed and the retainer / flat fee is paid in full.
Consultations are by appointment only. Please arrive 15 minutes early for your appointment. Clients who are late for any appointment may be asked to reschedule at the attorney’s discretion.
We would like to thank you for being a client in our office. Please understand that when we schedule your appointment, we are reserving time for your particular needs. We kindly ask that if you must change an appointment, please give us at least 24 hours’ notice. This courtesy makes it possible to give your reserved time to another client who would like it.
Missed Appointments (Non-Cancelled)
No refunds will be given for a missed or non-cancelled appointment. Repeated missed appointments may result in your attorney sending a letter discharging you from the practice.