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Grieve Law knows legal expenses are a huge and unexpected financial burden, so we offer our Dane County & Madison-area clients flexible payment plan options. Schedule a free consultation to learn more.

We represent clients throughout Wisconsin, with offices in Milwaukee, Madison, Brookfield, Mequon, Racine, West Bend & Glendale.  You will not need to drive for an in-person consult; virtual options are available.

If you need a criminal defense attorney in Madison with flexible payment options, call Grieve Law's attorneys at (608) 405-2071 for a free case consultation. 

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Lawyer Payment Plans for Madison and the Dane County Area

Don’t let the price of legal representation keep you from getting the defense you need. At Grieve Law, our attorneys know it's rarely ever possible to pay all your legal fees at once. This is why we work with our clients and take convenient and flexible monthly payments.

You are only guilty if you are convicted™

Whether you're facing DUI charges, drug charges, weapon charges, domestic violence charges or homicide charges, Grieve Law makes it possible for you to have an experienced and strategic criminal defense attorney working to get your charges significantly reduced or even dropped.

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Criminal Defense Lawyer Costs and Fees in Madison

In the Madison area, pricing for criminal defense lawyers can vary widely. How much your case will cost is a very real concern and not something an attorney should be shy to discuss. An attorney has an obligation to represent his or her client’s interests at all times. Most law firms offer a free initial consultation. During that meeting, be sure to ask about projected case costs. At Grieve Law, we'll give you honest answers.

Do DUI Lawyers Take Monthly Payments?

Our drunk driving defense attorneys offer free initial consultations to assess your case. When you hire us, we'll take all standard forms of payment including credit cards, debit cards, checks and cash. We’ll work with you to set up a reasonable financing plan to fit your budget and needs, so you'll get the award-winning legal defense you deserve at a price you can afford.

What about Drugs and Other Offenses?

Our attorneys are happy to create affordable payment plans for those accused of drug or paraphernalia possession, domestic violence, distribution of a controlled substance or any other criminal offense. No matter your level of income, our team of experienced criminal defense attorneys will make sure you are properly defended in your Wisconsin court system.

Grieve Law Offer Financing at All Locations

Credit Cards We Accept: 

    • We accept Visa credit card payment
    • We accept Mastercard credit card payment
    • We accept American Express credit card payment
    • We accept Discover credit card payment

We also accept:

  • Personal Checks
  • Cash
  • Cashier’s checks
  • Money Orders

Legal fees vary from case to case. Our fees for defending your DUI, gun or felony charges are more affordable than the consequences of navigating the legal system alone.

One OWI conviction can cost you tens of thousands of dollars over your lifetime. Choose Grieve Law and get the right defense for your case the first time- your chance at financial freedom, a clean or improved record, and ordinary life is now. We serve clients from Dane County communities including Waunakee, Verona, Sun Prairie, Middleton, Fitchburg and throughout Wisconsin.

Contact our Madison Criminal Defense Law Firm now to set up a FREE legal consultation.

How much does a criminal defense lawyer cost in Wisconsin?

Expect hourly rates of $200-500. Some attorneys have flat rates instead of or in addition to hourly fees. How you’re billed can depend on the complexity of your case, the amount of research required and the extent of procedures necessary to work toward getting your charges reduced or dismissed.

How can I get a criminal defense lawyer with no money?

If you can pay over a period of time, find a firm with affordable payment plans like Grieve Law. If you can’t pay for a private lawyer at all, public defenders are available free of charge to all citizens who are unable to pay for their defense.

Do all lawyers accept payment plans?

No. Attorneys are not required to offer payment plans.

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