Flat Billing on a Texas Divorce.
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While the issue of "Flat Fee
Billing" is controversial among lawyers, we firmly believe
it benefits our clients for several reasons. First of all,
it is all too common to see a litigant start a proceeding
on an hourly billing basis only to see him or her have to
give up the fight because of far greater than expected attorney
fees. We have found that this can be avoided with the flat
fee system. Further, a billing system based on hours worked
actually rewards inefficiency, while the flat fee system
rewards efficiency. Obviously, the more efficient the law
firm is, the greater value it can provide its client. Although
you may always get a free
initial divorce consultation
, by mentioning the
" when you place a call to the office.
Lawyers serving Tarrant County, Fort Worth County, Arlington,
Creek Newark, North
Richland Hills Oak Grove Pantego, Pecan
Settlement, Fort Worth County, Addison,
Fort Worth, DeSoto,
Texas Divorce Lawyers at
Divorce Granted in Fort Worth and Fort Worth Texas.
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All fees quoted are approximate and subject to change.