For estate planning, we use a flat fee, by the document, approach. The flat fee varies, based on the complexity of the document being prepared. For other services, we may offer an hourly rate for services, and there may be a different hourly rate depending on the level and experience of our managing and associate attorneys assigned to your case. After the initial consultation, our Office requires all clients to sign a Fee Agreement with you that spells out exactly how you will be charged for our time, and we review that thoroughly with you before commencing any legal work on your matter.
How to Help Your Aging Parents Make Their Estate Plans
As parents age, children need to have tough conversations with them to keep their care and assets in the right hands. Here is a helpful