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A retainer agreement is a work for hire contract. It falls between a one-time contract and ... Retrieved 2012-11-25. Jump up ^ "Retainer (Legal and Professional)".

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Retainer. A contract between attorney and client specifying the nature of the services to be rendered and the cost of the services. Retainer also denotes the fee ...

www.law.cornell.edu/wex/retainer

retainer. Definition. A fee that the client pays upfront to an attorney before the attorney has begun work for the client. There are three types of retainers, each with ...

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To have a lawyer on retainer means that the client pays a lawyer a small amount on a regular basis. In return, the lawyer performs some legal services whenever ...

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The lawyer promises to send you a “retainer agreement” which will govern the terms ... legal rights start off the relationship with a retainer agreement specifically  ...

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The retainer agreement is by far one of the most important documents that you will use in your legal practice. It also is a deceptively simple concept. Well-written  ...

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My fees for legal services are $(fee rate), plus any expenses that may be ... Should we exceed the retainer, we may bill you monthly for additional fees and ...

www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/what-is-a-retainer-fee.html

May 30, 2017 ... A retainer fee is an advance payment that a client makes to his or her lawyer before the lawyer begins working on the case. Learn how to ...

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FIND MORE LEGAL ARTICLES. Search. When hiring an attorney, a potential client is often asked to pay an upfront fee called a “retainer” in order to hire the ...