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We offer a one-hour in-person, virtual, or phone consultation for $350, during which our attorneys will provide legal advice and answer any questions you may have. ​Our attorneys will review the information you provide in advance to ensure we can give you the best possible advice. This preparation is critical to delivering exceptional value during your consultation.

We also try to keep our fee structure and billing process simple. That means that we try and offer flat rate services where we can.

If we cannot provide a flat-fee retainer, we charge $350 per hour for our attorneys, $150 an hour for our support and administrative staff, plus costs or expenses related to the matter. Hourly rates may change over time, so to confirm the most up-to-date fees for our legal services, please contact us at 321-206-3603.

Flat-fee and hourly clients must pay a retainer before any legal services begin.

  • Published: Feb 22, 2024
  • Updated: Dec 25, 2023

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