Value Based Pricing Model
How many purchases do you make without knowing the cost ahead of time? The traditional hourly billing model, while appropriate in some cases, can at times reward inefficiency and set unclear expectations of cost from the outset. Matt is proud to offer our clients value pricing whenever possible. Value pricing is done before the work begins so that you know how much you can expect to pay ahead of time. Here's how it works:
- You provide the attorney with basic information about your situation, including the facts involved and the goals of the representation.
- You and the attorney discuss the various options available to you. Pros and cons of each option will be evaluated, and you will choose the quickest and least expensive way to achieve your goals.
- A written fixed priced agreement will then be created outlining the option selected, scope of work and a customized fixed fee before the representation begins. As long as the scope of work does not change due to unexpected circumstances, this fixed fee is the amount you can expect to pay.