Do you want to save money on your family law case?
 

TAKE OUR QUIZ TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY.

Most legal services are paid for with retainers, where you, the client, give your lawyer a large sum of money to be held in Trust. Your lawyer bills your retainer his/her hourly rate every time work is performed on your case, including brief e-mails and phone calls. When your retainer dwindles, you are required to feed your retainer with more money.

 

If you are paying your attorney via retainer, ask how much your case will cost and you'll hear "It depends."

A flat fee rate provides you transparency and financial security, because, from the beginning of the case, you know what your case will cost regardless of the amount of time your lawyer spends on your case.

 

Although the advantages of flat-fee rates are many, not every case qualifies. To determine whether your case qualifies for a flat-fee rate (and to unlock your rate) please take our short QUIZ.

QUIZ:
DO I QUALIFY FOR A FLAT-FEE RATE?
AND, IF SO, WHAT IS MY RATE?

 
What kind of case do you have?
How well do you and the other party communicate?How well do you and the other party communicate?
Does the other party want to save money with a flat-fee case?Does the other party want to save money with a flat-fee case?
Do you and the other party agree to the terms of your case?
Are you willing to attend mediation to resolve issues?
Is the other party willing to attend mediation to resolve issues?

Thank you! We will e-mail your qualification status and flat-fee rate, if you qualify.