How do you bill?
Estate Plans are paid for up front by a flat fee deposit and a bill is normally issued at the time you sign your documents.

All other matters are billed on a monthly basis using itemized invoices that track fees and costs separately, with the final page tracking what remains on deposit with the office as “unearned funds” from any initial or subsequent deposits provided for our services. We do have certain replenishment requirements for ongoing family law matters that we address with clients on a case-by-case basis depending on the nature of the issues involved and whether or not there is ongoing litigation.

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