You probably know that legal services can be expensive, but attorneys don’t always charge the same rate or even structure their fees in the same way. However, most attorneys will use one of the following payment options when charging you for their services.
We’re going to talk about whether or not you should have a Will, or would it be better to have a Living Trust? And we’ll go through the details of both and compare and come to a conclusion at the end as to which one would be more beneficial for most people in most situations. […]
Let’s face it – if you’re hiring a lawyer, it’s likely that something bad has happened in your life, and you need to go to court to fix it or defend yourself. Unfortunately, a lot of the time, lawyers just don’t come cheaply – especially the good ones. You don’t, however, have to break the […]
What is the difference between a Grant Deed and a Deed of Trust? A Grant Deed transfers title ownership of real property from the current owner to the new owner. A deed can also relinquish a co-owner’s interest in real property to another existing co-owner. When a person or entity purchases real property, a Grant […]
One of the most important questions when considering getting professional help for preparing your estate planning documents is…how much is it going to cost? All of the services offered by AttorneyFee are quoted on a flat fee, that includes a Revocable Living Trust in California and most other states in the United States. This fee […]
Many individuals are denied compensation for their personal injury case, even when they had a legitimate claim because they didn’t follow the correct procedures. It is absolutely essential that the cause of your accident and any relevant injuries are properly recorded and reported. For example, if you were walking on a public trail, you slip, […]