Flat Fee Pricing
Pratt Law does not believe in surprises, so we charge a flat fee for our estate plans and we will tell you the cost upfront. If you are pleased with the suggested plan and the flat fee price quoted, you may retain us and be assured there will be no surprises – no extra add on fees or costs – for implementation of the plan you've chosen.
Why Flat Fee Pricing?
We do not like our clients being afraid to ask questions and being constantly worrying that the “meter is running,” with every question adding more hourly attorneys fees. The process of creating an estate plan is a very personal and important process for you and your family’s future and we sincerely want you to be able to take the time and ask the questions you need to understand your options and how your plan works.
What form of payments do you accept?
We accept cash, personal checks, and credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover.
When is Payment Expected?
At the time you retain Pratt Law to complete your estate plan half the cost will be due. The remaining balance is due upon completion of the document drafts.