At The Real Estate Law Group, we are dedicated to providing affordable legal representation without sacrificing professionalism. Whenever possible, we will charge a flat fee. All other matters are charged at a sliding scale hourly rate ranging from $75 per hour up to $225 per hour, depending upon your financial circumstances. Initial Consultations are always FREE.
Flat Fee Services
For all non-complex litigation such as district court hearings we charge a flat fee so ask us for a quote for your situation.
Sliding Scale Hourly Fees
For all complex litigation matters in the Court of Common Pleas, such as actions to quiet title, breach of contract cases, landlord tenant dispute appeals and partition complaints, we will charge an hourly rate. We have experience in all five counties including Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia.
Our hourly fees are on a sliding scale so you will be charged between $75 per hour up to $225 per hour depending upon your personal financial circumstances. If you believe you may qualify for a discounted hourly rate, please ask us for the financial information form.
The client will be expected to replenish the retainer any time the escrow balance falls below $250. At the conclusion of your case, any and all fees not utilized for legal fees or costs will always be refunded to the client.
We also have a cloud based billing system which provides simple and easy-to-understand bills which specifically outlines how your money is spent. So you will never be left in the dark wondering where your money went.
A retainer is the amount you must put on deposit with a law firm to get started on your case. With the Real Estate Law Group, flat fees are typically paid in full upfront. Most retainers for flat fee matters range from $575 to $750. However, for complex litigation matters, we require a minimum retainer of $1,500.
Please note that ALL Pennsylvania licensed attorneys are obligated to comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct with regard to legal fees, the escrow of your retainer and the performance of their legal services. If you suspect an attorney of violating the Rules of Professional Conduct, please contact the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
If you have any questions about legal fees, our retainer or the funds held in escrow, please do not hesitate to ask.
All consultations are FREE and we will always be upfront about our retainer and fees.