One Hour Consultation
Our divorce attorney offers one-hour consultations Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5:30 PM.
To schedule a consultation call our office at (916) 250-1610.
$200 Consultation Fee Credited To Your Retainer or Flat Fee
We charge a discounted hourly rate of $200 for a one-hour consultation. After the consultation, if you want to hire the attorney we will credit the $200 consultation fee to your retainer or flat fee.
For example, if hire the attorney for limited scope representation for $2,000 after the consultation, you will only owe $1,800 after the $200 credit.
3800 Watt Ave
Sacramento, CA 95821
Note – If arriving after 5 PM or on the weekend please call on arrival for entry into the building.
Sacramento Divorce Attorney
4050 Truxel Road #C
Sacramento, CA 95834
Why Can’t I Get A Free Consultation Over The Phone?
If an attorney gives your spouse a free consultation that attorney will be ethically prohibited from representing you. (Once an attorney receives confidential information from a prospective client they can’t represent the adverse party).
To prevent your ex from blocking your access to a low-cost divorce attorney we only offer consultations at our office – never over the phone. Most likely your ex won’t drive to our office to prevent you from hiring us – so if you are serious about hiring an affordable attorney you can rest assured that we can probably take your case.
How Much Do You Charge?
If we can’t take your case for a flat fee we charge $300 per hour payable by credit card. (If you have called other Sacramento divorce attorneys you know that this hourly rate is much lower than what many attorneys charge.)
Like any divorce attorney, we take a retainer payment and bill against that amount. For example, we may require a retainer payment of $3,500 payable by credit card and bill against that at $300 per hour as we work on your case. After 10 hours (10 hours x $300 per hour = $3,000) you would have $500 remaining in your retainer.
Monday – Saturday
8 AM – 6 PM
By Appointment Only
We offer consultations to (1) help prospective clients learn more about our services and (2) determine whether we can accept the prospective client’s case. Due to our case load we are not able to accept every case. Please review the following points to learn more about our consultation policy:
- We are unwilling to give a consultation, legal advice, or discuss the possibility of being your lawyer over the phone.
- An attorney-client relationship can only be formed by signing a representation agreement and paying the attorney.
- We can discuss your family law issue, legal options, and strategy.
- We cannot complete paperwork or judicial council forms during a consultation.
- We cannot, nor can any attorney, guarantee a particular outcome.
- Consultations can last up to 1 hour.