Fee Arrangements

Our fees are based on the quality of our work, the value of our expertise, the complexity of your case, the amount of guidance you need, and the positive results we can deliver.

You want us to get the job done right.  When you hire us, you hand us your problems to solve for you (or with you). Top-quality work on life-changing matters doesn’t come cheap.

Our fees are fair and reasonable and are worth the value and benefits of our services. When necessary to meet your financial concerns, we can offer payment plans in most cases.

Flat Fee (Fixed Fee)

With a flat fee arrangement, you pay a fixed sum for an agreed-upon scope of services. The flat fee is based on the value of our expertise, the depth of experience and insight required, and the benefits of having a readily approvable case, regardless of time spent.

Value-Added Fee

In certain cases, we can build in fees for outcomes that meet or exceed an agreed-upon criteria (e.g., obtaining an approval in a difficult case).

We charge a value-added flat fee upfront and an agreed-upon portion of the fee is refundable if the result does not meet or exceed the agreed-upon criteria (e.g., unfavorable decision in a difficult case.)

Initial Payment

With either option, you will need to make at least an initial (partial) payment for us to open your file, enter an attorney-client relationship with you, and begin the work. This will be a reasonable portion of the flat fee.

Payment Plan

After you make your initial (partial) payment, you may pay the remainder of the fee through a minimum monthly installment, due on the 21st day of each month, or at the start of each stage of the representation, for example. The full balance of the fee, however, is due upon our completing the work or fulfilling the scope of service.

Fee Setting

With very few exceptions, a consultation is needed for us to determine whether we will accept your case for representation. We set the fee after we have defined the scope of service, determined the relief you will seek, and evaluated the strengths and weaknesses in your case.

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