When you or a loved one is arrested, you are worried about more than just your case. Paying for a lawyer will be a major concern. At Logue Law Group, we completely understand the significance of having a lawyer you can trust. In fact, we are dedicated to offering you the care and service that you require during this difficult time. Our Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Lawyers will help you get through this stressful experience so you can move on with your life. With a range of payment choices and plans, you can choose what best works for you. We will be happy to talk about them with you so that we can help you find the best choice for your situation.
You already know you will have fines and possibly restitution to pay if your case is not dismissed. Those things are also expensive, which makes the idea of paying an attorney even more painful. Though you will be tempted to hire someone cheaper, or even defend yourself, you need to consider more than just the lawyer’s fees. You need to look at his experience and reputation, as well. Just because an attorney is inexpensive doesn’t mean he is good.
Does the attorney you’re looking at have extensive training in the area of legal defense you need help with? If not, you might be throwing your money away and ending up with the last outcome you want. Though a well-trained attorney with years of experience might seem like an unnecessary expense, you will probably be happier with the results. This is one of the reasons we are so determined to offer you payment options that work with your budget.
When it comes to payment plans and options pertaining to criminal cases, we at Logue Law Group offer many choices. We strongly believe that enjoying a strong lawyer-client relationship based on trust is vital.
When it comes to money, trust is a big issue; clients will always think that the lawyer is not doing everything he possibly can and then stop paying him or her. This is a reasonable concern for a client to have, but when a client stops payment, several things happen. Your attorney will likely, and has every right to, withdraw from the case by firing you. The withdrawal must be approved by the judge prior to it being finalized. Then, when the withdrawal is completed, along with going through the headache of hiring another defense attorney, you will also have to find a way to pay for him or her, as you will not get your money refunded and may owe more to the attorney you stopped paying.
You cannot buy groceries and not pay for them, get the plumbing fixed and not pay for it, or order food in a fast food restaurant and not pay for it. Similarly, when you do not pay your Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Lawyer, it will only create problems. In consideration of this, we at Logue Law Group offer different payment options.