We offer services in the areas of child support/spousal support, child custody/visitation, and marital property division.
We are not afraid to litigate to protect your interests.
We offer both hourly retained rates and flat fee rates to our family law clients. To determine whether a client will be an hourly client or a flat fee client, we will conduct an assessment interview free of charge.
Clients who are on hourly rates schedules must have a retainer. Attorney's fees and legal costs are charged against the amount on retainer. The amount of retainer depends on the complexity of the case. This is the traditional model.
Clients who are on flat fee rate schedules will pay a predetermined fee. The predetermined fee will depend on the complexity of the particular case. The attorney and the client will enter into an agreement that represents a limited scope of representation. The flat fee paid by the client will cover the attorney's fees and anticipated legal costs, such as filing fees. Other unanticipated legal costs will be billed to the client as they are incurred.
I came up with the flat fee concept after I saw that many people could not afford the cost of family law litigation at the hourly rate.
My flat fee model is akin to how a contractor bids work. Like a contractor being hired, the client and I will determine what I am to be specifically hired for. I will then bid the job and the specifics of what will be done. The bid covers both a certain amount of hours and specific work to be performed.
All things within the bid for work will be covered by the flat fee. The client shall agree to a limited scope of representation, which will be filed with the Court. All things not covered by the bid will either be 1. handled by the client themselves with or without another attorney, 2. billed at an hourly rate by this attorney?s office, or 3. an additional flat fee agreement for a flat fee agreement will be entered into.
We serve clients who have been injured as follows:
- Car Accidents
- Slip and Falls
- Assault and Battery Cases
- Malicious Prosecution
- Medical Malpractice
Time may be running out for you to collect on your injuries! In California, the statue of limitations controls the amount of time you have to file a claim. In some cases, you may only have months to file your lawsuit from the date when you were injured. This is why you should contact us early on in the process. Simply put, failure to act now may jeopardize your right to recover.
We earned over $2 million dollars in settlements for our clients. We cannot guaranty any result. However, if for any reason you suspect an injury has been caused by the negligence of another, call us to see if we can help you.
We offer free telephone consultations!