– SERVICE INFORMATION AND FEES –
Fees & Information
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Consultation with respect to your file:
Consultation fees are $375.00 plus H.S.T. for one to one and one half hours. Depending on the complexity of the individual matter and the length of the consultation, a higher fee may apply.
Consultations with respect to Termination of Employment Packages or Domestic Contracts already prepared fall under the category of Independent
Litigation, Family Law, Employment Law, Construction Liens, Business Law, Administrative and Municipal Law:
These areas of law are billed on a fee for time basis, with an initial retainer required to commence work on the file. Please contact the lawyer’s assistant for an appointment for a consultation or to speak to the lawyer about his or her fees and retainer requirements
One Will – Basic* $375.00
– additional clauses, trusts, etc. are additional fees
Spousal Wills (2) – Basic* $600.00
Primary and Secondary Wills (2) – $750.00
Spousal Primary and Secondary Wills (4) – $1,400.00
Will with Henson Trust clauses – $575.00
Spousal Wills (2) with Henson Trust clauses – $1,000.00
Power of Attorney (Property or Personal Care) $200.00
Two Powers of Attorney ( Property and Personal Care or Spousal of one type) $300.00
*Specific bequests, real property clauses, memoranda, etc. are at an additional fee depending upon the complexity, with the fee based on hourly rates.
One Living Will $125.00
Spousal Living Wills $200.00
Special Purpose Power of Attorney $250.00
Please note: Wills requiring additional clauses or involving complicated trusts, marriage contracts or other agreements which have to be reviewed as to their effect on the Will, lengthy memoranda, etc. may result in a higher fee.