Complete Pricing List Online

Mar 24, 2021

Most people, when they think of lawyers, think of expensive legal fees and surprise bills. Reading online that “prices may vary” seems, quite frankly, kind of sketchy. At Litco Law we’ve always believed in complete transparency with our clients, but we think we can do even better. That’s why our website now includes a complete pricing list for ALL our areas of law, as well as our discounts and promotions! You’ll always be able to find out exactly what our fees are, quickly and easily, even before you talk to us.

Maybe you’re reading this, and you’ve been a client with us in the past, but you would like to know the price for different legal services, like Wills & Estates or Real Estate. Or maybe you have a friend or family member who is looking for a Personal Injury or Employment Lawyer, but they are worried about how much it will cost to get a lawyer on their side. Now you can find all those answers, and more, right here on our pricing page.

At Litco Law, we’re committed to making a positive difference for our clients. What does this mean for you? It means fair and transparent fees, being generous with our time, and a team that truly cares. We never charge for initial consultations and your first meeting with a lawyer won’t cost you a thing, meaning you get all the legal answers you need – for free!


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