So, you need a legal document drafted.
If you are like most people, the first question you had once you discovered this need was:
“How much is this going to cost me?” “What are the document preparation fees?”
Given the reputation lawyers have for charging steep prices, this is a reasonable question to ask.
Let’s take a look at the cost of drafting a contract and all of the preparation fees.
The first thing to keep in mind is that there isn’t an off-the-shelf flat fee contract drafting price—not by page, by word, or by document type.
If you don’t believe us, feel free to visit the Lawyerist to see how many ways law firms charge.
You could easily consult with ten different contract lawyers for the same project and get ten different preparation fees.
This might sound overwhelming, but don’t let it intimidate you. Just go into the process with an open mind.
The reason there is such variance in pricing is that many factors determine the cost of a contract lawyer, from where they got their degree to any overhead they might have.
Contract attorneys are free to set their prices in many cases, or their firms do it for them. Some factors that can play into the cost of drafting a contract include:
Hearing all of this, it might sound like you should expect having a legal document drafted to break the bank.
But that isn’t necessarily the case.
There are some things you can do to keep preparation fees down. These include:
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