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Hourly Transactional Services

The Law Offices of Brent Williams-Ruth offers hourly services for clients who are budget focused, or only wish to have specific documents drafted.

As we mentioned on our home page, know that our office is committed to service and look for ways to ensure that money should not get in the way of obtaining legal services from the people you want to work with. We are committed to working with our clients to find ways to make things come together for our mutual benefit.

Transactional/Hourly Relationship:

  • Cost is the primary consideration

  • Option for “ala carte” document creation

  • $3,500 retainer – for entire “Will Package” - retainer may be higher depending on specific needs and requests for travel.

  • Retainer will vary for different services*

  • All interactions are subject to being billed, including phone calls, emails, zoom, and in-person meetings

  • Meetings held during traditional business hour (Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.)

  • Option for evening or weekend, at additional expense

  • Signing Appointment in office OR mailed to client with instructional letter on how to properly sign/execute

  • Final Invoice Delivered with Retainer Refund for any amount not earned

  • There is no ongoing Attorney-Client Relationship after delivery of documents 

Some of the many documents we offer: 

•            Last Will & Testament

  • A Special Needs Trust for clients who have family members that need one

•            Personal Property Memorandum (for distribution of tangible property)

•            Financial Power of Attorney

•            Healthcare Power of Attorney

•            Advanced Directive / Living Will

•            Summary of Assets and Liabilities

•            Final Instructions to the Family


*Retainer must be paid in-full 2 full business days prior to appointment.


Or contact us to discuss any of your legal questions or presentation/education needs. If the solution is outside our practice area, we will gladly refer you to an appropriate local attorney whenever possible.

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