The expenses of representation vary from case to case. Please contact us to discuss your legal needs.
In family law and many civil litigation matters, attorneys charge an hourly fee. It is not permitted in Ohio to charge a client a contingent fee in a family law matter, however contingent fees are appropriate in other matters that are litigated such as personal injury and certain collection matters.
A retainer is typically charged based on the complexity of the case and the amount that the attorney determines, in consultation with the client, will be necessary to secure representation at the initial stage of the attorney-client relationship. The amount of the retainer will vary based on the complexity of the case.
We can discuss your matter in greater detail, and provide you with more information regarding fees and expenses. Please contact us about your legal needs, and how John J. Ready & Associates can effectively and efficiently represent you.