FLAT-FEE PRICING

We are a small business; we understand small business.  

 

So we know that one of the most important aspects of running a business is being able to accurately predict costs.  Our goal is to provide cost transparency in all of the services we offer and to never send you an unexpected legal bill.  

 

Many of our clients’ legal needs are the same from month to month and contract to contract.  Based on our experience and understanding of the time involved in these transactions, we have developed a schedule of flat-fee pricing that covers the document drafting services we are most often asked to provide. 

 

Below is a list of commonly requested flat-fee services.  If you are in need of a service that is not listed, please ask us for a quote.  While not all legal costs are predictable, we strive to present estimates that are as accurate as possible and keep open communication throughout the process.

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Flat-Fee Service

Contract Review Only

Buy/Sale Agreement

Membership Interest Purchase Agreement

Residential Lease

Commercial Lease

Residential General or Special Warranty Deed

Commercial General or Special Warranty Deed

Equipment Lease

Sub-Lease

Assignment of Lease

General Contractor Development Agreement

Statement of Work

Single Member LLC Formation, Documents, and Filing

Assumed Name Certificate

Partnership Agreement

Non-Disclosure Agreement

Management Agreement

Employment Agreement

Consultant Agreement

Employee Handbook

 

Standard

$250  

$400  

$500  

$300  

$500  

$250  

$325  

$300  

$250  

$250  

$600  

$300  

$500 + fees

$50 + fees

$500  

$250  

$500  

$500  

$400  

$750  

  


Complex

  

$600  

$700  

$500  

$700  

$325  

$400  

$450  

$450  

$450  

$900  

$500  


*Contract review does not involve re-writes or editing.   Review will include comments and constructive notes. Contract drafting assumes that the final form is typical, common, and usual; customized or unusual requirements may incur additional attorney's fees. Contract drafting and contract review prices do not include correspondence with third parties nor any negotiation, and any such correspondence or negotiation is billed at the law office's usual hourly rate. Simple contracts are typically for values of $0 to $200,000; complex are typically for values of $200,001 to $500,000.  Any contract valued beyond $500,001 will be billed on an hourly basis.  Prices do not include fees or expenses such postage, administrative fees, or filing fees.