Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C. values quality Immigration and nationality Law service at affordable rates. We prefer to assign fixed fees for a specific legal project because we believe this helps clients to budget the legal costs to meet their objectives. For some very unusual cases we do charge fees on an hourly basis after discussion with the client. NPZ understands that immigration law services are a personal service and that each client is unique. We acknowledge that clients have different needs and financial abilities. While we generally prefer payment in full before our services are commenced, we will, on occasion, provide our clients with the option of paying half of the fee when case is initiated and the other half of the fee (and all disbursements) before filing the case.

 

We do not provide fee quotes on our website or over the phone because we believe it is important that the client meets with the attorney. Oftentimes, what a client thinks they want is not in their legal best interest, so we find it is always best to have the client speak to an attorney first. If you are serious about using a qualified, dependable, and affordable firm to assist you with your legal needs, we encourage you to contact our office to set up a consultation with one of our professionals. You can feel free to call us at 201-670-0006 or you can e-mail to us at info@visaserve.com.

 

General Billing Policies:

 

Before proceeding with legal work, NPZ always requires a deposit and initial retainer as set forth in your retainer agreement.

 

You, as the client, are responsible for disbursements regardless of the outcome of the case. When excessive or a particular matter, we reserve the right to bill for expenses such as postage, domestic long-distance telephone calls, express mail, special postage services, other overnight carrier charges will be billed, and photocopier expenses ($.25 per page). These are billed out as the actual costs are incurred. We may also require that costs and expenses, that must be disbursed, be paid in advance.

 

Our bills are normally prepared and e-mailed within a few days of hiring NPZ Law Group. To keep our rates as low as possible, we endeavor to minimize write-offs and uncollectible legal fees. We have the following policies to accomplish this . . . all work requires an advance retainer. All bills are due and payable upon receipt.

 

Payments may be made by check, subject to collection, by bank transfer, the Firm is happy to provide clients with wire transfer instructions, if they prefer this means of payment which has a $30 domestic wire transfer fee and $50 for international wire transfer fee; for your convenience, we also accept credit card payments (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express). Returned checks and denied credit card payments incur a $30 charge to cover our costs and bank fees. Credit card back-charges will be responsibility of the client for any reversed credit card transaction. When paying a filing fee with a credit card there is a 3% surcharge.

 

If a third-party is assisting you with payments, we are happy to accept payment and apply it to your account. However, you are responsible for work performed on your behalf and we will look to you for payment of past due amounts. We reserve the right to charge any credit card on file for any ongoing work, unpaid bills or expenses/disbursements incurred by client, we will continue to charge credit card on file until client sends us written notice that we can no longer charge that card.

 

Fore invoices which are not paid when due, the law firm reserves the right to discontinue legal services and to withdraw from representing you as a client. However, we will not discontinue service without giving you notice of our intention. In the event of the firm's withdrawal, we will e-mail to you and, if possible, mail a certified letter to your last known address.

 

Upon receipt of your written request and payment of any necessary shipping costs and copy charges and administrative fees, all your papers and property in the firm's possession will be returned to you.