WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE?
LAWYER THAT CHARGES
$200 to $400/HOUR OR MORE
PAY A FIXED $109/MONTH THAT INCLUDES ACCESS TO AN ENTIRE LAW FIRM, EXPERIENCED BUSINESS CONSULTANTS AND MENTORS.
Hourly rates are the most common arrangement. Here, the attorney gets paid an agreed-upon hourly rate for time spent working on all aspects of a client's case until it is resolved.
The hourly rate depends on each attorney's experience, operating expenses, and the location of his or her practice. In major metropolitan areas, the rate will be $200 to $400 an hour. Lawyers with expertise in specialized areas may charge much more. In rural areas and small towns, lawyers tend to charge less.