Legal Coaching

A more affordable alternative for those who would like to handle their legal case on their own or cannot afford full legal representation.

In our coaching services you can be provided with legal templates, document review to ensure your documents are correct and ready to file and that you understand everything that the opposing party is requesting in their filings, as well as 1 on 1 sessions with an attorney.

This is perfect for anyone in the state of Texas, as we also can hold these meetings via telephone if requested.

Senior Attorney:

375.00 for a one hour meeting or you can bundle three 1-hour meetings for a total price of 900.00

Junior Associate Attorney:

200.00 for a one hour meeting or you can bundle three 1-hour meetings for a total price of 500.00

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Law Office of Bryan Fagan
Spring Divorce Attorney
Located at: 3707 Farm to Market 1960 W.,
Suite 400,

Houston, TX 77068
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Phone: (281) 810-9760
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Website: https://www.bryanfagan.com/
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