Philippine Annulment Law Made Easy
OUR FEE STRUCTURE
For Annulment cases our fee
structure is based on a Flat Fee scheme. Inclusive of the Flat Fee are
as follows: Our Professional Fee, Psychological and Clinical
Evaluation fee including the Psychological Report, Court Filing
Fees, and Sheriff’s Fees. Cost of publication, if required,
is not included. You can choose to pay the flat fee outright upon
signing the retainer agreement or negotiate for an easy payment terms
with our Firm in paying the fees.
Appearance Fees. We normally charge our client an appearance fee
every time we appear in Court. Higher appearance fees will be charged
for cases outside Metro Manila. However, our appearance fee will be the
same as the appearance fee that we normally charge in Metro Manila,
though your case is outside Metro Manila, if we have correspondent
lawyers in the place where the petition is filed. At present, we have
correspondent lawyers practicing in the following areas:
San Fernando City, Pampanga – serving the areas of San Fernando City
and neighboring Towns, and Angeles City.
Tarlac City – serving the areas of Tarlac City and neighboring towns,
and the Province of Pangasinan.
Baguio City – serving the area of Baguio City.
Cebu City – serving the areas of Cebu City and neighboring Towns,
Bohol - Tagbilaran City, and Ormoc City.
Davao City – serving areas of Davao City and neighboring Towns and
Initial e-mail/chat/video chat consultations are free.
These are expected to take just long enough for the lawyer to
understand the problem, and explain the applicable fees, and provide an
initial impression of the chances of success. Generally, we do not
accept percentage fee arrangements.
On-site consultations - We
charge a competitive fee for consultations conducted in our office.
We also do phone consultations scheduled ahead of time.
Publication Fees. If there is a need to publish your petition in
the newspaper, publication fees shall be for the account of the client..
Fees for transcript of stenographic notes. Fees for Court’s
transcripts of stenographic notes shall be for the account of the
client. But this fee is only minimal.
We issue monthly 'Billing Statements'. These show the history of the
amount owing to us, including invoices, payments, and interest.
Reduced rates for indigent clients. If you are indigent and
cannot afford our fees, at our discretion, we can accept your case on
reduced rates. But we have to review the novelty of the issues involved
in your case and your capacity to pay.
We are not, and do not wish to be in the business of providing credit.
This is not intended to make a profit for us, but to encourage clients
to find their credit elsewhere.
To retain us, please call or contact us now.
:: Related Topics
Lesson I: Annulment
Declaration of Nullity of Marriage
Lesson III: Issues About Marriage License
Lesson IV: Issues About Psychological Incapacity
Lesson V: Court procedure and evidence to prove
Lesson VI: Solutions for Petitioners Working
Lesson VII: Issues after the issuance of
Lesson VIII: Divorce obtained by former
Lesson IX: Our Fee Structure