Attorney Fee Deferrals

Deferring Contingent Legal Fees: Creative Use Cases Personal injury attorneys have the ability to control the amount of income tax they pay in any given tax year. Attorneys can control their taxes by deferring the receipt of their legal fee to future tax years — we call this...

What is an Attorney Fee Deferral?

One of our favorite topics to discuss with contingency fee attorneys is attorney fee deferrals. You may have also heard of attorney fee deferrals being referred to as attorney fee structures. Contingency fee attorneys have the unique opportunity to manage and control...

Attorney Fee Structures

Attorney Fee Structures Attorneys in contingency fee practices face a great challenge when it comes to managing cash flows due to the unstable nature of inflows relative to the fixed nature of outflows. A typical personal injury law practice is plagued by uncertain...

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