Office: 2135 E. Hildebrand Avenue, San Antonio, Texas 78209
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DISCLAIMER: MAROLD LAW FIRM, PLLC DOES NOT REPRESENT YOU UNTIL WE EXPRESSLY AGREE TO DO SO IN WRITING AND/OR WE HAVE RECEIVED AND ACCEPTED PAYMENT. UNTIL THIS TIME, WE WILL RESPECT YOUR CONFIDENTIALITY BUT NO FORMAL ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP HAS BEEN CREATED.
Initial Consultation Terms:
If you would like to schedule an initial consultation with a lawyer in our firm, please complete this initial consultation intake form (click here) and email the completed form to Burke@maroldlawfirm.com. Once our office receives your request, we will reach out to collect the Initial Consultation fee of $175.00 and coordinate a time for you to meet, whether in-person, by telephone, or zoom, with one of the Attorneys in our firm.
Please note, if you retain our firm within the following 24-hour period after your initial consultation, the $175.00 initial consultation flat fee will be applied towards your initial deposit and you will not be charged for the initial consultation. However, if you do not retain our firm, within the 24-hr period, following the initial consultation, the $175.00 fee is not refundable.
The $175.00 fee is a flat fee which covers a meeting with one of the Attorneys in our firm for a maximum of thirty (30) minutes. If your initial consultation is less than thirty (30) minutes, even when your initial consultation is only a few minutes long, if you do not, within 24-hrs., retain Marold Law Firm, PLLC, the flat fee of $175.00 is not partially refundable nor is it fully refundable.
The Attorneys in our firm each handle many clients at one time so this initial consultation fee is designed to offer a free consultation for those potential clients who actually intend to hire an attorney, but fairly charge those potential clients who do not actually intend to hire an attorney, but are in search of free legal advice. Marold Law Firm, PLLC does not offer free legal advice. Because the knowledge our attorneys have is based on hard/fought experiences and lengthy time commitments and difficult study, we charge for all time incurred by our Attorneys.