When you need services of any kind, you want to know how much it will cost. Some attorneys always charge by the hour. That is almost like signing a blank check payable to the attorney. Our objective is, whenever possible, to charge a flat fee, meaning a specific dollar amount, for the service we provide. For certain types of legal services, such as wills, contracts, demand letters, incorporation, and deeds, we can usually predict approximately how much time it will take us to complete the work, so we can tell you the specific dollar amount of the fee for that work. However, if you need additional questions answered and/or additional issues addressed after the flat fee retainer agreement is signed, an hourly rate must be charged for the additional services. We can also charge a flat fee for certain types of court proceedings, as long as they remain uncontested, such as an uncontested divorce, adoption, or probate proceeding. 

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For your convenience, we now accept all major credit cards in addition to cash and checks.