FAQ

FAQs 

Legal FAQs


Q: How much are your retainer fees for divorce?

A: Please call us to schedule a meeting so we can better understand your needs for the best representation. At that time, based on the complexities of your case, we can discuss retainer fees.

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Q: I want to divorce my spouse. What should I do?

A: Please call us to schedule a meeting so we can better understand your needs for the best representation.

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Q: My child is not safe with my ex-spouse. What should I do to protect my child?

A: Because family issues are pertinent to varying circumstances, it is necessary to discuss what is causing your concerns. Please contact Scott Dunn to schedule a meeting so we can better understand your needs.


Learn More About Scott Dunn


Q: How long have you been practicing?

A: For over 22 years.

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Q: Do you represent more men or more women?

A: We represent a fair share of male and female clients.

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Q: How well do you know the judges?

A: We are familiar with all Randolph County judges and have worked closely with the majority of them as we are a court-appointed attorney.

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Q: If I reconcile, or if part of the retainer is not used, is the unused portion refundable?

A: By law, yes, you are refunded the unused portion of your retainer fees.

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Q: What is your hourly rate?

A: Please call to learn more about our various rates.

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Q: Do you offer free consultations?

A: No. Free legal advice does not equal the best legal advice. Although we do not offer free advice, our edge lies in our experience and reliability. You’ll regain consultation fees in the long run.

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