How to Read a Legal Invoice

Aaron Minc is a nationally recognized leader in the specialized area of Internet defamation and is known as the go-to attorney for the most malicious Internet defamation crises.
Last updated on: October 29, 2020
If you are the target of internet defamation, sextortion, or other online harassment, your first questions are probably, “How can I get this removed or put an end to the online abuse — and how much will it cost me?”
How to Read a Legal Invoice

At Minc Law, we pride ourselves on transparency and understand that the costs of legal representation are at the forefront of your mind. We have litigated hundreds of internet-related lawsuits across the U.S. and helped thousands of clients remove more than 50,000 pieces of content, so we know exactly what questions clients have about the billing process and what clients should look out for when reading their legal invoice.

We want to ensure that you are thoroughly informed and prepared for your upcoming (or current) legal engagement, whether it is with us or another law firm specializing in internet defamation and online harassment. Familiarizing yourself with the below information will better help you understand the potential costs you might incur so that you can confidently know how every dollar is spent.

The primary costs and fees typically associated with internet-related legal engagements include:

Legal services performed by your attorney or paralegal;

Court and case costs for pleadings, subpoena production, investigation, or appeals;

Fees for local counsel assistance;

Travel and lodging costs;

To read this article in its entirety, check out the complete version at our blog by clicking the following link: