Rates & Payments
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Johndroe Law, PLLC typically assess clients flat fees, or hybrid fees that include a relatively low flat fee and a contingency component. In some cases, hourly fees may be charged.
Unlike in many personal injury or employment discrimination cases, straight contingency fees are usually not feasible for the types of lawsuits we handle. However, our fees are designed to be as affordable to clients as possible, and payment plans are available.
Click here to see a schedule of standard fees. Note that these are the fees typically assessed, but ultimately, whether to accept a case at the standard fee listed or whether to accept a case at all is within the sole discretion of the attorney.
Payment plans are available through Justice For Me. Visit their website here. For those who qualify and sign up for a payment plan through Justice For Me, no payment other than your $75 consultation fee is required up front, and bills can be paid over a period of up to 18 months.
There is also one other payment plan option. With this option, you can pay half of a flat fee up front, and half later. For evictions, eviction appeals, repair and remedy cases, and non-litigation matters, the second payment will typically be due one month after the initial payment. For other cases, the second payment may not be due until three months after the initial payment. An authorization to automatically charge your credit or debit card or checking account for the second payment will be required.
Payment plans are not offered for $75 consultation fees or notice to vacate fees.
METHOD OF PAYMENT
Except as provided above, payments must be made through LawPay with a credit card, debit card, or electronic check. Most major credit and debit cards are accepted. Unless other arrangements are made in advance, payments should be made at secure.lawpay.com/pages/johndroelaw/trust.