Frequently Asked Questions
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You’re welcome to call or email Bosserman Law with any question you may have, big or small.
But, you may find your answer below. Read through our list of frequently asked questions and learn more about how Kelly Michael Bosserman can assist you.
WHAT DO YOU CHARGE?
I do not generalize you or your problems. I do not pigeon hole you into a particular type of situation and therefore, I do not charge you a one-size-fits-all fee. Instead, I will meet with you, evaluate your case and give you the fee that is appropriate for your case.
You will find that my fees and rates are reasonable and comparable, if not more favorable than most. As an example, my uncontested no-fault divorce fees start around $500.00. I practice law because I enjoy it and because I like helping people just like you.
ARE YOU JUST GOING TO SETTLE MY CASE OR WILL I GET MY DAY IN COURT?
CAN I GET A DIVORCE IF MY SPOUSE DOES NOT WANT A DIVORCE?
IF MY SPOUSE IS NOT ALLOWING MY CUSTODY TIME WITH MY CHILDREN DO I HAVE TO STILL PAY CHILD SUPPORT?
WILL I LOSE THE EQUITY IN MY HOME IF I FILE BANKRUPTCY?
I FILED BANKRUPTCY BEFORE, CAN I FILE AGAIN?
I DON’T HAVE MUCH, SO I DO NOT REALLY NEED TO DO ANY ESTATE PLANNING DO I?
IF I HAVE A POWER OF ATTORNEY DO I STILL NEED A WILL?
MY BUSINESS IS TOO SMALL TO AFFORD THE BENEFITS OF CONSTANT LEGAL ADVICE, THEREFORE, I DON’T NEED TO MEET WITH AN ATTORNEY DO I?
NOT TRUE! In business planning – even if it is a small business – it is very important to obtain proper legal advice as your business forms, operates and grows. The old saying, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure goes very far with small businesses. You cannot afford not to obtain proper legal advice because at some point you will end up paying more. Most business advice and direction will not cost you very much if you do it routinely. I’ve counseled many businesses representing a number of various industries over the last twenty years. I even offer a special general counsel rate if your business needs constant advice but cannot afford to pay a full-time general counsel. Call Bosserman Law today to discuss it.