PayING My Bill
At the Law Office of Natalie J. Miller
Our firm is dedicated to providing high-quality estate planning services at affordable prices. On this page, you can quickly and efficiently make payments to the Law Office of Natalie J. Miller. If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to us today and speak with a friendly and knowledgeable member of our team.
In order to pay a flat fee, consultation, or invoice: PLEASE CLICK HERE
In order to pay a retainer or trust account funds: PLEASE CLICK HERE
The different types of fees are as follows:
- Flat fee. This type of fee is typically offered for a simple, well-defined, and specific case. For these situations, you would only need to make a one-time payment to our firm in exchange for our services.
- Consultation. Prior to consulting with our attorneys and learning more about your situation, you will be charged a small fee for the meeting. Initial fees are typically by the hour. Subsequent consultations without being retained are typically charged.
- Invoice. This type of fee is generally used when our attorneys are on retainer. Before we start working on your case, we will require an upfront retainer fee. Over the course of your case, we will deduct the costs from the amount you paid and send invoices that show the deductions.
- Retainer or trust account. A retainer is a fee which is paid before we being working on your case. In essence, it is an estimate of how many hours we believe it will take us to complete your case. The more complex the case seems to be, the more expensive the retainer will be. The retainer is placed in a trust account, where it will remain until we send you the bill for our time and fees. However, until you are billed, the money remains entirely yours. The bill you receive will have an itemized list that shows the amount of money that was deducted from the trust account, fees expended on your behalf, the legal services we provided, and your remaining trust account balance.
Since 2004, the Law Office of Natalie J. Miller has been helping individuals with a wide variety of estate planning and elder law needs. Whether you need to get through probate, establish a trust, draft a will, plan for long-term care, or do anything similar, we can handle it. Over the years, we developed an in-depth understanding of these practice areas. Our attorneys can give you well-informed advice about how to best proceed in your situation. You can count on us for the caring and capable advocacy you need and deserve.