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No Surprises

Attorney Voss Lees helps ensure that fees are well understood and agreed upon prior to a client hiring her.

The initial, one-hour consultation with Attorney Voss Lees is free. The potential fees involved are usually quoted in a follow-up letter immediately after the meeting. There is no charge for the meeting or the proposal letter.  The size of the fee is directly related to the complexity and nature of the matter. Once the client decides to hire Attorney Voss Lees, a fee agreement is written and signed by both parties.


Manageable Billing Arrangements

Attorney Voss Lees has multiple billing arrangements customized for each client. Examples of billing arrangements include: billing at an hourly rate, charging a flat fee, and collecting a retainer (money up front) and billing against that retainer. The unearned portion of a retainer is completely refundable. Attorney Voss Lees also encourages clients to participate actively and do appropriate legwork for their cases. Client participation saves money for clients.

Attorney Voss Lees takes into consideration clients’ individual circumstances when quoting fees. The total fee charged reflects the value of the services to the client when measured against the anticipated result. In exchange, she expects her clients to pay her promptly for services. In the unlikely event that issues in the attorney-client relationship make that relationship unworkable, actions taken to resolve the issues, including attorney withdrawal, are handled in a manner consistent with the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct.

27 Congress Street, Suite 1512

     Salem, Massachusetts 01970


108 Main Street

    Amesbury, Massachusetts 01913


  978 745-6006 (office)

  978 745-9071 (fax)

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