Charlotte Law Firm FAQs
Q: What type of payments do you accept at your law firm in Charlotte?
A: We accept cash, checks, Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover. We do not charge any convenience fees for using a credit card.
Q: Do you offer payment plans for legal services?
For flat-fee engagements, we offer interest-free payment plans that can help with your budget. We simply ask for a small deposit, followed by monthly payments until the flat fee amount is paid in full. The best part about this is that we start working on your case right away!
For hourly engagements at our law firm, we offer a trust deposit plan that can help with your budget. We simply ask for a small initial trust deposit, followed by even smaller monthly trust deposits. This allows us to start working on your case right away without the need to pay a large retainer upfront.
Q: Do you offer free consultations with lawyers or aids?
A: Depending on the type of case, we may be able to offer you a free consultation. Please call our office for more information.
Q: What if I do not have transportation?
A: If you do not have transportation to our office, we would be happy to schedule an over-the-phone consultation.
Q: What is the Client Portal?
A: Staying up to date on your case is just as important to you as it is to us. Therefore, at our law firm, we provide our clients with the tools to check on the status of their case at their convenience, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Q: Do you offer any discounts or promotions?
For flat-fee engagements, we offer a 20% discount if the fee is paid in full at the initial consultation. In addition, we offer monthly promotions in different practice areas. For police, fire, active military and veterans, our firm gives $100 off a client’s first monthly statement.
Q: What are your practice areas?
A: We offer a wide range of practice areas, but a few of our main ones are legal aid for car accidents and personal injury, estate planning, family law, and immigration law. Reach out today to discuss how we can help your case.