Nobles Law Firm

Fees

Should attorney agree to accept a case, client needs to sign a representation agreement stating pricing and payments involved in case.

Wills:
Will package: $750.00 per will (pkg includes Will, Durable power of attorney & living will)

add on trust: $750.00 per trust

Probate will: $2,500.00 per will

Bankruptcies:

Chapter 7 (consumer) — $1,250.00 plus $335 filing fee. Payment plans are available.

Chapter 13 (consumer) — Prices vary, but the bulk of fees are paid through the CH-13 plan.

Evictions:

$650.00 plus filing fees and expenses.

Contracts:
Contract: $500.00 per contract

Incorporation: $750.00 plus all filing fees

Divorces:
Uncontested $1,500.00 plus filing fees

Contested $2500.00 retainer, will be billed $250.00 an hour, plus filing fees.

Adoptions:
Uncontested: $1,500.00 plus filing fees

Contested: $2500.00 retainer, will be billed $250.00 an hour, plus filing fees.

Retainer Fees:
Criminal Cases: $3500.00, will be billed $250.00 an hour, plus filing fees. Will negotiate payment options if all of retainer is used.

DUI’s $1,000.00, will be billed $250.00 an hour, plus filing fees. Will negotiate payment options if all of retainer is used.

Other Fees:
Automobile Accident cases: 1/3 of settlement
Medical Malpractice: 1/3 of settlement
Other personal injury cases: 1/3 of settlement
Debt Collection Cases: 1/2 of settlement

**Please note all rates are subject to change.

**All retainers are non-refundable.

2 thoughts on “Fees

  1. Justin Stallsworth

    Hello I’m seeking advice I was contacted yesterday by a lady claiming that I had a judgement against me out of Saline county fro. US Bank and that it was for 1888 dollars. After speaking to the lady and asking if I could get a payment plan and her stating she can’t because she is not a debt collector she said that she could take a hardship settlement for 778 dollars right then. Later in the day a gentleman called me and said if I didn’t have the 778 that he could take 3 payments of 259. He said it couldn’t be a scam because he has the last four of my social and my phone number. He also stated that if I don’t pay the 778 that I will have my wages garnished and bank account frozen. By the way I called Saline district and circuit courts and neither has any lawsuits with my name attached to them. U.S. Bank said that I should contact a lawyer and ask legal advice. Is this for real or a possible scam?

    1. Ethan Post author

      Hey, Justin. That could very well be a scam. If there is no judgment entered against you, then they could be blowing smoke. Would be glad to take a look, however.

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