Concerned about your legal fees? You should be. The fact is that working with an California divorce or family law attorney can be expensive. However it doesn’t have to put you or your family into bankruptcy, nor does it have to keep you awake at night wondering how much your attorney’s next bill will be. There is a better way.
INTRODUCING FLAT-FEE (FIXED-FEE) PRICING
I am pleased to announce that we are one of the first Northern California family law firms to offer flat-fee, fixed-rate pricing for both contested and uncontested divorces. Flat-fee billing removes the uncertainty from the process and gives you the ability to know up front and in advance what your case is going to cost.
In many cases, we are able to provide our clients with upfront, fixed fees for their cases. This includes uncontested divorces, basic and contested divorce settlements, and even court-based (litigated) cases in addition to our new online divorce coaching and flat-rate mediation plans. (We continue to offer traditional hourly billing for clients who prefer that option, and for those cases that simply do not lend themselves to fixed fees.)
Flat-fee pricing can provide peace of mind and has many advantages over traditional hourly billing. For one thing, it offers you the predictability of knowing in advance how much our services will cost without having to worry about the expense of each call, letter or email. It gives you the assurance of knowing that everything necessary will be done to move your case forward without the stress of wondering how much your legal bill will be each month. It permits you to be confident that your attorney is not doing unnecessary work or otherwise trying to maximize your legal fees.
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:
- Consultations and Second Opinions
- Limited Scope Attorney Court Appearances
- Unbundled (A la Carte) Attorney Services – "Attorney Assisted Divorce"
- Uncontested Divorces
- Basic and Complex Divorce Settlements
- Court-based (Litigated) Cases
- Mediation Services
- Online Divorce Coaching
- Paternity, Annulments and Other Family Law Matters