FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

During your first visit to the Law Offices of Grey and Mourin you will meet with one or more of our attorneys for a personalized consultation.

 

Find answers to our most frequently asked questions about consultations below.

 

 

How can I request a consultation?
You can schedule a consultation by contacting our office at (305) 325-8119.
How much will my consultation cost?
Your initial consultation with our attorneys is always free of charge.
What can I expect from my consultation?
During your consultation you will meet with one or more of our attorneys and discuss your case.  The attorney(s) will explain how our firm can help and answer questions you have about your case.
What should I bring to my consultation?
Please bring to your consultation any documents or court notices related to your case.

Such documents could include (for a criminal case) arrest forms, hearing notices; (for an immigration case) a Notice to Appear, immigration status documents; or (for an insurance claim) your insurance policy and any notices related to your loss.

Can I request a consultation on behalf of an incarcerated or detained family member or friend?
Yes, you may request a consultation on behalf of an incarcerated family member or friend. You will need to provide his/her full name and date of birth.  If the detained person has an immigration hold, please bring his/her alien number.
How much will it cost for the Law Offices of Grey & Mourin to handle my case?
The cost of representation will depend on the specific facts of your case.  During your consultation we will review the facts of your case before quoting you a fee. You will never be charged for your consultation.

Our criminal and immigration clients are charged by retainer – this is a set fee which will cover the total cost of representation (other than the costs of depositions, transcripts, filing fees, etc., if applicable).

Our homeowner’s insurance plaintiffs are charged by contingency fee – this is a percentage of your recovery which is paid only after we recover on your claim.  Sometimes we can even recover the cost of attorney’s fees for plaintiffs involved in lawsuits against their insurance company.

We accept payment in cash, check, or credit card, and we offer payment plans for criminal and immigration cases.

1800 SW 1st Street, Suite 206
Miami, FL 33135