Online Booking

Can I Schedule My Initial Consultation Online?

Yes, you can schedule an initial consultation online with an employment lawyer by completing the form below. You will then be taken to a calendar to select your preferred meeting time.

What if I Have an Emergency, Need to Meet with an Attorney Right Away, or if I Don’t See an Available Time That’s Convenient for Me?

You can always call us at (512) 271-5527. We may be able to move things around or make time.

What Happens in an Initial Consultation?

You will meet with an attorney at our Austin office. We will discuss the pros and cons of your case.

What Do You Charge for an Initial Consultation?

We charge $150 for an initial consult with an attorney. We charge this amount because you meet with an attorney and to ensure that you are serious about your case.

How Long Does an Initial Consult Last?

We schedule consults for up to an hour. Most consults take around 45 minutes.

How Do I Get to Your Office and Find Parking?

Our office is located in downtown Austin at 1011 San Jacinto Blvd., Ste. 401 on the 4th floor. We will email you information about free parking after you make your booking.

What is the Difference Between an Initial Consult and a Document Review?

An initial consultation is an opportunity to talk about your case. We do not typically review documents, such as severance agreements or employment contracts, during an initial consultation. If you want to go over a document with an attorney, you should schedule a document review.

What if I Want to Cancel or Move My Appointment?

You can cancel your appointment for a full refund as long as you do so 24 hours in advance. You can move your appointment with no fee as long as you do so 24 hours in advance. If you do not cancel your appointment at least 24 hours in advance, you will forfeit the charge.

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