Our Reno Adoption Lawyer’s Fees

Payment Methods for Family Law Services

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Since every adoption case is different, we offer two different payment plans to our family law clients. When you meet with us, we can find out which plan is best for your family based on the amount of time and resources your case might involve. Our Nevada surrogacy attorney works with you to come up with a payment plan that best suits your specific case. Whether you wish to terminate parental rights or seek assistance in a surrogacy situation, we can discuss your options with you.

Flat Fee

For most of our non-contested adoption cases, we determine a flat rate based on how much work your case will require. We can return some of the unused portion of the fees if we do not complete all of the work we agreed to do, as long as the client is not responsible for the unfinished work. In most cases, a flat fee includes one publication fee and court filing fees.

Hourly Fee

We charge hourly rates for cases involving contested matters. The client is also responsible for costs that accrue throughout your representation. These costs might include long distance charges, depositions, copies and court fees. We prepare a memorandum that lists all costs and terms of the hourly fee agreement.

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Reno Adoption Lawyer?

We understand that most of our clients worry about the cost of hiring an attorney for their adoption case. However, the long term benefits far outweigh the costs. Make sure you follow all the relevant rules and regulations by consulting with our Reno adoption lawyer. We will guide you through the entire process and explain all relevant costs from our first meeting.

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