Do you know how to keep your client’s fee deposit from emptying out as you earn the fees? Here are two ways to do it. Continue reading
You meet with a prospective client and explain that you’ll need a initial retainer fee to get started. The prospective client doesn’t pay the fee and you’re pretty sure this will be a pattern, so you decide not to take on this person as a client. Now you’ll need to inform him or her in writing.
Businesses often have basic requirements before they offer their services–think, “No shoes, no service.” Attorneys should be no different. Continue reading