At Robinson & Henry, P.C., we understand that legal problems often arise unexpectedly and, as a result, catch our clients off guard financially. We often hear from prospective clients that the biggest hurdle to hiring legal representation is the expense. This may be particularly difficult for someone facing debt, the loss of their home or considering bankruptcy. You are already having trouble keeping up with your bills and cannot figure out how you will afford bankruptcy or legal advice.
At Robinson & Henry, we get it. There are fees – including attorney fees – to consider. You may even be considering filing on your own to save money. We urge you to read more about why it’s important to have an attorney help with your bankruptcy.
Our Approach Can Help
- Free initial case evaluation
- No upfront fees
- Financing available
Free Initial Assessment
In most cases, we offer a FREE 30-minute initial assessment, during which our attorneys can quickly diagnose your legal issue and offer solutions.
No Upfront Fees
You can retain Robinson & Henry for $0 down; a pricey retainer is not required. You can get started right away.
Our finance department can work with you to create a monthly payment plan, allowing you to pay for our legal services over time. Please note that you are responsible for case costs, such as filing required paperwork or ordering records.
With Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases you are able to pay a portion of your attorney fees as part of your Chapter 13 repayment plan.
How This Helps You
- You can immediately let your bill collectors know that you are represented by an attorney.
- You have access to an attorney that can answer your questions and any problems (such as lawsuits) that you encounter.
- Once your fees are paid, you can file and get ready to make a fresh start.
At Robinson & Henry, we believe in transparency. There is a lot more information about how our foreclosure defense fee structure works in our client agreement. When you call for your initial assessment, we will be happy to answer all your questions.