Prices for Services

Transparency and open communication = Integrity

Attorneys' fees listed here are for the purpose of keeping you fully informed, right from the beginning. Some cases may be more time consuming or complex and may cost a little more, which is standard in the legal field. You can always count on us to let you know and get your agreement ahead of charging for any and all services. This page is to give you a good idea of what you can usually expect to pay for our services. More information on what you can expect to pay can be provided after your free initial consultation, where you will also learn why you save by hiring the best attorneys, to get the job done right, and expeditiously.

 

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FLAT RATES

Some of our services can be charged at a flat rate. This is convenient for our clients who have cases that may require a variable amount of time spent, depending on the actions and reactions of a government agency, for instance. Flat rates give you peace of mind in knowing that fees will not rise beyond what you have budgeted, and your case will be handled from start to end without interruption due to fees. Here are some examples. Note that none of these fees include filing fees paid to government agencies or courts.

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Contract Review, Revising, Drafting

$50/page + agreed upon negotiation rate (if needed)

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Trademark 

$2,000 for one category, +$500 for additional category

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EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa &/or Family Visa

$5,000-$10,000 depending on complexity (determined after free consultation)

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Bankruptcy

Ch 7: $2,000, Ch 11 or 13: $3,000 (uncontested). + agreed upon negotiation rate (if needed)

Hourly Rates

Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration, Litigation, Consulting are billed at an hourly rate:

 

Your hourly rate depends upon the complexity of your case. Hourly rates can vary from $100-$800 (further discounts occasionally available for public interest related businesses). Full transparency on all fees will always be proposed in your retainer agreement after your initial consultation and our assessment of your case.