A common misconception is that all attorneys want to do is run off with your money. As a matter of fact, many attorneys are pretty evasive when it comes to being upfront with you about the estimated costs of your lawsuit. When you landed on an attorney’s website or were otherwise exposed to the attorney, you were likely in the market for or shopping around for, an attorney to assist you with your legal matter. I am sure that not only do you consider the attorney’s credentials when looking for the best fit; you probably also consider the costs. What will it cost to hire an experienced attorney? What about filing fees? Will you break the bank paying for process servers? Shopping for an attorney is like shopping for a new vehicle. You want to do adequate research to find the “right” vehicle. You’ll likely consider, the car’s record (i.e. Has it been in any accidents? How is the vehicle on gas, etc.) just like you’ll consider the attorney’s. Imagine if you went to a car lot and there were no price stickers on any of the vehicles. Further imagine that when you asked the car salesman how much a specific vehicle was, he/she replied, “I don’t know” or “It depends”. This would probably not give you much assurance, confidence or comfort.
Walters Gilbreath, PLLC is a firm that provides our clients with a list of approximate costs for the litigation. The truth is, both parties will spend about the same when it comes to attorney’s fees, but there is some deviation. Here, I will explore and expand on the popular question of, “How much will my case cost?” Calculate the approximate cost of your case by using below given calculator:
Calculate the Approximate Cost of Your Case: