We have seen flat fees being used by some family lawyers, mediators and Certified Divorce Financial Analysts. These professionals remain to be the minority. While the marketing benefits of the flat fees approach is little bit more certain, most professionals are concerned about how to make it work and what might some of the downside be.
This month’s TeleSeminar is an exploration of the advantages of charging flat fees rather than billing hours.
Our guest speaker, Lee Rosen, has employed fixed fees exclusively in his 10-attorney practice for more than a decade. He will explain how, in his view, the hourly billing model doesn’t work anymore for family lawyers. It drives practices in directions that make for unhappy lawyers and unhappy clients and that there’s got to be a better way.
His approach has evolved into to a win-win arrangement for his firm, his lawyers and his clients. In this teleseminar, Rosen will:
1. Explain the rationale for fla [...]