Price and Price Law Frequently Asked Questions

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How Can I Contact You?

You can contact us using the following methods:


Phone: 214-696-9601

We do our best to make sure an attorney returns your call. You will rarely interact with a paralegal, and as a result, you may need to leave a message so an attorney can call you back. We are good about returning phone calls quickly, but email and text often offer a quicker response. If you need more attention, we can set a phone or in-person appointment. 


email: megan@priceandpricelawfirm.com


Fax: 214-696-9635


Text: Our main number is a landline so we use a web-based texting program. Since our texts are web-based, we need to send you a text message first to start a text conversation. If you'd like to receive texts from us, email me at:  megan@priceandpricelawfirm.com and I will send you a text message.

Is the consultation free?

Yes, the initial consultation is free. 

What are your fees?

In a chapter 13, attorney fees are distributed by the Chapter 13 Trustee and are included in your plan payment. Clients will pay the filing fees, credit report, credit counseling class and amendment fees prior to filing. The Court determines attorney fees for all Chapter 13 cases and we charge the amount ordered by the Court. In a chapter 7, we offer competitive rates based on the complexity of the case. For example, a business chapter 7, or an individual filing with a business, may pay more attorney fees than a consumer with less complex legal issues.

Do you accept debit cards?

For your safety, we do not accept debit cards. However, we have several payment options available including cash, check, money order, cashier's check and ACH.

Do have Saturday appointments available?

Yes, we offer appointments on the Saturday prior to foreclosure to foreclosure clients. Our building locks its doors and discontinues HVAC services at noon on Saturdays, so these appointments are limited to mornings.