Frequently asked questions

Do you have free consultations?


No. Unless we have a flat fee or other arrangement made, my charge for an initial consultations is $250.




How much do you charge?


Some things are flat fee (listed below). Most are on an hourly basis. Depending on your situation and the case, we may sometimes work out flat fee or percentage rates. The billing scenarios are listed below. Hourly rate: Starts at $250 per hour ( billed at every tenth of an hour). This is for anything not listed below.
Flat Fees: Formation of LLC: Attorney Fees for Single Member LLC $1,000. Attorney Fees for Multi Membe LLC $1,500 Formation of Corporation: Attorneys Fees : $1,250 Contract Review: $1,250 for basic review*. (*Subject to further discussion with attorney. If we can do it on a flat fee basis we will, otherwise it is $250 per hour) Copyright: Attorney Fee $500




When can I expect you to return my phone call or email?


It is our policy to immediately return your call or email, in most cases within 24 hours.





CALL THE MEYER LAW FIRM TODAY!

(716) 276-8443

©  2014-2020 The Meyer Law Firm

6490 Main Street, Suite #4

Williamsville, New York 14221

Email.   philip@meyerbizlaw.com

Tel.        (716) 276-8443

Follow Us On Social Media

  • Wix Facebook page
  • Wix Google+ page
  • LinkedIn App Icon

WEBSITE DIRECTORY    

HOME    /    PRACTICE AREAS    > general business law services    > litigation    > appeals     > article 78 proceedings    > real estate & landlord/tenant     > cross border business (canada-usa)   >other services    /     ATTORNEYS      /     CONTACT     /    TERMS OF USE      /      PRIVACY POLICY

DISCLAIMER:

This website contains general information and should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion. It is not an offer to represent you, nor is it intended to create an attorney-client relationship.  Sending messages to the Firm or an attorney  using email or contact forms from the website would not create an attorney-client relationship and it would not be confidential.

ATTORNEY ADVERTISING:  PRIOR RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE A SIMILAR OUTCOME