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How to Pay for Legal Services

Paying for a lawyer is not fun. It is expense that most folks have not planned for and has not been factored into any budgeting. Shopping for a lawyer is different than any other shopping that you have probably ever done before. You are a shopping for a personal service and a person who is going to be guiding you and your family through a difficult time. 

Consultations

We always offer free phone consultations for any potential clients. We also offer scheduled in-person consultations for a fee. $50 for a thirty minute consultation of $100 for an hour. 

Flat Fee Billing

Most legal fields follow the traditional hourly billing rate where. Criminal lawyers, however, generally charge a flat fee and we are no different. Flat fees are advantageous because it allows the client and their family to know exactly what to expect from a cost standpoint at the onset of the case. 

How Much is the Down Payment

The down payment depends on the case type and the total fee being quoted. Our firm's general practice, however, is to require a down payment of 50% - 60% of the total fee. 

How to Pay

We accept most payment types including:

 

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Free Consultation

Ryan Brown is ready to begin defending you and your rights today. The best defense is one that begins as early as possible. Prosecutors don't take days off and neither should you. Let us get started. Call today for a free consultation.

Serving the Following Areas

Ryan Brown represents clients throughout the state. He primarily serves the following counties: Coweta, Carroll, Heard, Meriwether, Troup, Haralson, Fayette, Fulton, Muscogee, Spalding, Pike, Lamar, Upson, Butts

9B East Broad Street
Suite B1

NEWNAN, GA 30263
470-635-1725
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun: 12:00am - 12:00am

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This website if for general informational purposes only and is not to be considered legal advice. Each situation, case, and legal matter is unique and requires custom legal advice. Nothing communicated on this website or through this website constitutes an attorney-client privilege.

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