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Fees and Pricing

At Westminster Legal Group, we understand the importance of flexibility and predictability in the cost of legal services. We are flexible in our billing policies and frequently work outside of the standard hourly-fee pricing model, preferring instead to implement a customized fee arrangement that fits our clients’ budgets and objectives.

 

Fixed-Fee

Whenever possible, we prefer to provide fixed-fee billing arrangements to provide clients with certainty concerning legal fees and costs.

 

Volume-Based

We offer a percentage discount that gradually increases based on the overall volume of work. This fee arrangement allows us to reward our clients with discounts while providing them with the flexibility to access our services on a case by case basis.

 

Monthly Retainer

Some of our clients have ongoing legal needs and therefore prefer to engage our services on a monthly retainer basis. A monthly retainer enables our clients to better manage cash flow and creates a budget for legal needs. We will develop a mutually beneficial monthly fee that aligns with your business needs and objectives and communicate with you on an ongoing basis to ensure that the arrangement meets all of your legal needs. This arrangement enables our clients to have budget certainty on a month-to-month basis.

 

Hourly Fee

A fixed-fee, volume arrangement or monthly retainer is not always a suitable arrangement in every circumstance. Some clients prefer that we work on an hourly basis, particularly where it may be difficult to define the scope of work for a specific project or the project requires a quick turnaround. When working on an hourly-fee basis, we keep you informed of the legal fees throughout the engagement by being as transparent as possible to avoid any surprises.

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