Fees & Options
Led by firm founder and Arizona certified family law specialist Bill Bishop, the legal team at Bishop Law Office, P.C. is committed to maintaining open communication and making clients feel part of the legal process in family law and divorce-related cases. We recognize that the cost of legal services for clients can be very expensive, and we always consider a clients’ best interests, financial constraints and preferences when assisting them with their legal problems.
The old axiom that you get what you pay for is often true with regard to attorneys. You may find attorneys that charge a little bit less per hour than others, but have limited experience. Attorneys who have less experience sometimes spend more time on a case, thus you may spend as much or even more for a less experienced attorney. You do not need to pay exorbitant fees for quality representation.
How many times have you heard someone say that their attorney messed up their case? Bishop Law Office P.C. suggests that you interview more than one attorney until you find someone that you are comfortable with and have confidence in. We believe that you will find that our firm will fit your needs. You need to have a comfort level with your attorney. You need an attorney who has a strong knowledge of the law and the court system. You need an attorney with a game plan. You need to feel comfortable that your attorney is staying on top of your case and knows the facts. You need to be able to contact your attorney without unreasonable delays. You need an attorney who is on your side and is fighting for your rights.
For clients who are more budget-conscious or who have restricted resources, we provide several different levels of legal assistance
We Offer Various Levels of Representation to Fit Your Budget
Pay As You Go
No retainer or deposit is required. The firm will assist you from time to time, upon your request.
You will represent yourself. Consultation - Based allows for more assistance than “pay as you go,” and typically requires a minimal deposit.
Limited Scope Representation
You will represent yourself as much as possible, and only pay for formal representation regarding select aspects of your case.
Formal representation applicable to all aspects of your case, including all hearings and during trial (if necessary).