How Much Does a Divorce Attorney Cost in Colorado?
Almost all of the divorce and family law firms in Colorado use the same pricing model, which is that clients pay an initial retainer (which is a payment against future legal fees), and are then billed for work at an hourly rate. The amount of the retainer really depends on the facts, circumstances, and legal issues in the case. In some situations, a law firm may quote the client a flat fee.
The attorneys at Colorado Legal Group begin with a no-obligation, $275 comprehensive consultation to explore all of your legal options, recommend strategies specific to your circumstance, and provide a road map to a successful outcome. Should you decide to retain, our attorneys generally bill at an hourly rate of $325/hr, paralegal $175/hr, and legal assistant $95/hr. (These rates are subject to change based on the date and conditions of the case). Our retainers generally start at $3,500 and vary based on the complexity of the case. Flat fees are available in some cases. We are always happy to discuss what retainer may be required after we learn more about your case.
Hiring a Colorado Divorce Attorney
The lawyer you select can affect the rest of your life. Colorado Legal Group’s team of Denver divorce lawyers and family law attorneys are highly skilled in developing a strategy that will get you through your case in the best way possible; with the best outcomes, lowest cost, and least amount of emotional stress. Let us guide you through a divorce without the drama, without costing you a fortune, and without ruining your family. Submit a free case evaluation today or call us at (720) 594-7360.