Can I Afford an Attorney?

by Colin T.L. Spangler on Jul. 24, 2018

Criminal Criminal  Felony Criminal  DUI-DWI 

Summary: Can I Afford an Attorney?

Where most attorneys see dollar signs, we see good people needing help to overcome bad situations.

This is exactly why we will work with you to determine a reasonable flat fee, set you up with an affordable payment, and ensure you get the help you need.

Each case is different and fees vary depending on the time we will spend working the case. Call to discuss your case and hear about the options available.

Down payments start as low as $1000, with weekly payments until your balance is paid in full.

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