Scheduling appointments with a lawyer shouldn’t be hard. Rather than exchanging emails, text messages, or telephone calls to find mutually convenient meeting dates and times, we offer potential new clients and existing clients the opportunity to schedule with us via this page! You can forget about the hassle of providing multiple different time slots, best days to meet, etc. Just use the links below to find out when we are available and choose the opening that best suits your needs.
Our firm’s standard hourly rate is $325.00, but we offer prospective or new clients a one-hour initial consultation for a discounted fee of $250.00 or a thirty-minute initial consultation for a discounted fee of $125.00. Appointments are available in person or remotely for business law, employment law, intellectual property law, and real estate law matters.
The best way to get on our calendar is to schedule using an appointment link. We definitely have the capability of trading communications to identify mutually available date and time slots, but we find that booking an appointment with the Calendly app is a smoother and more efficient process. In any event, we look forward to meeting with you, whether that is via telephone, videoconference, or in person!
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³ For those participating in an initial consultation, you understand and agree that an initial consultation, by its very nature, cannot possibly address all relevant or material considerations and that you may need some, or even a significant amount of, additional legal services. The purpose of an initial consultation is not to render a definite legal opinion. It may be impossible to fully assess a matter within the timeframe allotted for an initial consultation.