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(유료상담료 안내) 5대로펌가의 1/2, 미국변호사수수료의 1/4입니다. 분당으로 일할계산하지 않습니다. 모든 비용은 선납이며. 반환이 불가합니다. 부가세별도
본 사무실은 무료 전화상담을 하지 않습니다. 상담비용은 반드시 선납입니다.
변호사의 서비스는 service 이지 물건인 Goods가 아닙니다. 물건은 기성품이므로 싸게사더라도 품질이 차이가 없습니다. 그러나, SERVECE는 미기성품이며 제조된 것이 아니라 동일한 값을 치루더라도 품질에 차이가 나며, 싼값으로 동일한 품질을 기대하는 것은 불가능합니다.
사건 수임료 안내. 기본적으로 5대로펌이 1/2이하의 값입니다. 견적받아오시면 두말안하고 그 값의 1/2에 해드립니다.
아래 상담비는 상담만으로 종결되는 완결사건의 적용기준입니다. 이 금액은 분단위로 일할계산하지 않습니다. 오해없기 바랍니다.
사건선임을 위한 상담 무료
단순 상담을 위한 최초 상담은 5분이내에 한하여 무료.
아래 내용의 모든 비용은 모두 부가세 별도입니다. 자료를 정리해오시지 않거나, 첨부서류도 없어서 모두 말로만 하시려는 경우에는 추가 20만원을 청구합니다. 비용을 줄이시려면 내용과 질의사항을 정리해오시고 관련 자료를 정리해서 첨부해오시는게 좋습니다. 막무가내로 와서 말로 하면서 시간을 낭비하시는 분들은 페널티로 위 금액을 기초금액으로 추가 청구합니다.
이러한 5분 이내에 종료되는 케이스가 아닌 상담은 기본적으로
30분이내에서는 30만원을 한도로 해드립니다. 분당으로 일할계산하지 않습니다. 모든 비용은 선납이며. 반환이 불가합니다.
통상의 1시간 안팎의 일반상담의 경우 기본 상담료 50만원.
개별 사건의 완결을 위한 자문 1건당 100만원, 미화 1,000불(자문을 이메일로 회신)
비용과 상담료는 선불임
위와 같은 수수료는 아주 염가입니다. 비교를 위해 아래 내용을 읽어보시고, 그래도 부담이 어려운 분은 다른 무료변호사를 찾아가시기 바랍니다.
만약, 위 수임료에 대해 의문이 있으시면,
대한민국의 5대 로펌의 견적을 받아오시면, 그 값의 1/2에 해드리겠습니다.
다음은 미국 변호사들의 시간당 상담료 기준입니다. 참조하시면 됩니다.
Attorney Fees Cross New Threshold: $1,500 Per Hour
February 11, 2016 | Posted in : Bankruptcy Fees / Expenses, Billing Rate Survey, Defense Fees / Costs, Fee Agreements, Fee Data / Analytics, Hourly Rates / Hourly Billing, Legal Bills / Legal Costs
A recent WSJ story, “Legal Fees Cross New Mark: $1,500 an Hour,” reports that the day of the $1,500-an-hour lawyer has arrived. Partners at some of the nation’s top law firms are approaching—and, in a few cases, surpassing—that watershed billing rate, making the $1,000-an-hour legal fees that once seemed so steep look quaint by comparison.
Despite low inflation and weak demand for legal services, rates at large corporate law firms have risen by 3% to 4% a year since the economic downturn, according to Citi Private Bank’s Law Firm Group.
“We just raise them every year,” said John Altorelli, a finance lawyer at DLA Piper LLP in New York, who says the firm has set his rate at more than $1,500 an hour. Mr. Altorelli, who filed for personal bankruptcy in 2014 to halt a legal battle with the estate of his former law firm, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, cracked the $1,000-an-hour mark a decade ago. His fees have risen steadily ever since.
To soften the blow to clients, Mr. Altorelli does more than half his work on some kind of fixed-fee basis. “Using hourly rates is really anachronistic, but we still do it,” he said. Raising rates ensures that law firms keep up with the competition and helps them wrest more money from clients, who routinely demand discounts for all but the most sensitive work.
“If you think of the rules of supply and demand, how in the world can they keep raising their rates?” said Jeff Carr, a former general counsel of oil-and-gas services and equipment company FMC Technologies who for years has been an outspoken opponent of hourly legal rates.
The rate creep has boosted law firms’ revenue at a time when many of them are under pressure from lower-cost legal-service providers and corporate clients that are keeping more legal work in-house. Revenue at law firms rose 4% last year, according to Wells Fargo Private Bank’s Legal Specialty Group, though demand rose just 0.5%.
“Lots of law firms will charge whatever the market can bear,” said the head of one of the nation’s 200 largest law firms. Documents filed in chapter 11 bankruptcy cases offer a rare public glimpse at mounting fees. These court filings show the rates of partners specializing in corporate restructuring, as well as those with specialties like tax, litigation and corporate law.
A review of filings over the past three months in about two dozen bankruptcy cases shows that senior partners routinely charge between $1,200 and $1,300 an hour, with top rates at several large law firms exceeding $1,400. Proskauer Rose LLP’s hourly partner billing rate has climbed as high as $1,475, while Ropes & Gray LLP’s tops out at $1,450, court papers show.
Kirkland & Ellis LLP’s top hourly billing rate is now $1,445. And rates at two firms—Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP—peak at $1,425 an hour.
Martin Bienenstock, who leads Proskauer’s restructuring practice, called the $1,225 an hour he billed clients last year “a market rate similar to my peers at other firms,” and said he charges the same rate for nonbankruptcy work.
“The clients have kept coming back and growing during my 38-year career,” he said in an email, adding that clients generally prefer dealing directly with senior lawyers versus younger associates with lower rates.
In disclosing their firmwide rate increases, many firms tell the courts it is a standard way of keeping pace with “economic and other conditions.” These include rising fixed costs, such as real estate and salaries.
In theory, a law-firm partner’s pay rises and falls with the success of the firm. But, as competition for top talent increases, many firms feel the need to guarantee salaries or ensure a partner’s pay doesn’t fall, even in down years.
Still, only elite lawyers can charge $1,400 an hour or more. Such rates are found almost exclusively in New York and other major markets, and only in the least price-sensitive fields like mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, tax, antitrust and high-stakes litigation and appeals. For lawyers at the very top of those fields, hourly rates can hit $1,800 or even $1,950.