As an Orlando bankruptcy attorney, I am very sensitive to my clients’ financial situation and am well aware that most of my clients do not have the disposable income to spend on a huge attorneys fee. With that in mind, I strive to give my clients several options when it comes to paying for my services and always do my best to only charge what I think a reasonable fee should be based on the amount of work, the difficulty involved with the work, and the complexity of the legal issues presented in an individual case.
I offer very generous payment plans to my clients. Having said that, it is very difficult to lay out in blanket terms what payment plan is appropriate or available for your individual case and circumstances until you have the free evaluation with me. In most cases, this free evaluation can be conducted over the phone in as little as 10-15 minutes. In other, more complicated cases, I may ask you to come into my office for the free evaluation.
Obviously everyone’s situation is different. I can say however, in almost every case, you can retain my services and get the bankruptcy filing process started with a minimum payment of $100 at your first meeting with me.
“I understand you want to know how much it will cost you to hire me to handle your legal issue, be it bankruptcy, elder law, or family law. I have the same questions myself when I am looking to hire someone for professional services. The fact is, I don’t know what the charge will be in your case until I get an idea of the exact legal issues involved and gain an understanding of what goals you would like me to assist you in accomplishing.
During our first meeting, which can be over the phone or in person, we will go over these things. At the end of that meeting you will know what the total cost will be, and we’ll have a payment plan you can live with in place should you need one.”