Is it normal procedure for a client to pay a retainer fee to the attorney for a lawsuit?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Of course. The lawyer is not required to extend credit to a client unless it is agreed upon. What does this have to do with the category of elder law?
Of course. Would you expect lawyers to work for free?
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