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Payment Options Crafted for the Modern Craftsman 

Here at The Cromeens Law Firm, we believe in transparent pricing and providing the most cost-effective legal representation. We aim to be your partners in business, and sometimes that means legal action may not be your best route. We understand that like an ever-evolving construction project, today’s construction companies are unique and each have different needs, and that is why we offer multiple payment options for you to choose from.

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You Choose What Works for You

To accommodate all of our client’s needs, we offer a combination of flat-rate pricing, monthly subscription plans, and the traditional general retainer.

Monthly Subscription Plans

Learn how you can get unlimited access to our legal team for a flat monthly rate through our affordable subscription services.

Flat-Rate Pricing

If you need just one thing or are new to hiring an attorney and want to test out the water, some of our flat-rate pricing may be the perfect option for you.

General Retainer

A general retainer is the most common billing method for attorneys. A general retainer is where a sum of money is held upfront, and then the attorney’s hourly rate is billed for the amount of time spent on the account. We offer a low general retainer of only $2,500.

Our general retainer agreement is ideal for businesses that have a variety of on-going legal needs versus one specific matter. This type of agreement offers a variety of unique benefits including:

  • COST-EFFECTIVE STRUCTURE: Many businesses find having an attorney on retainer to be more financially beneficial than having to pay for full-time, in-house counsel.
  • CONVENIENCE & RELIABILITY: A dedicated attorney is available anytime you need assistance. We offer a guaranteed response within one business day and contract reviews in less than two business days.
  • REDUCED RISK: Your attorney is available anytime you have questions and can proactively help you mitigate risks and stop legal disputes from starting through upfront advice/counsel.

With a general retainer you only pay for the time spent on your account, but when it comes to disputes and lawsuits, we are unable to give a firm estimate of what it will cost in the end due to so many unknown and outside factors. If you are wanting a set rate that you can plan on, our monthly subscriptions may be a better fit.

The actual “retainer” of $2,500 is a fee paid to an attorney in advance for services and is in effect a down payment that will be applied toward the final amount billed after work has been completed. If there is not an outstanding balance when your account is closed, the retainer is returned in full. The purpose of a “retainer” is to ensure payment for future services or work to be rendered.