How much do you charge for an initial consultation?

At Quinde & Associates, we understand that things come up and it is sometimes necessary to reschedule an appointment.  No problem!  We do not charge rescheduling or no show fees so long as you reschedule or cancel your consultation within 24 hours.


We encourage you to arrive to your appointment fifteen minutes early so that you have time to complete an intake sheet (unless you plan on printing it above and bringing it with you).


However, if you arrive more than ten minutes late to your appointment, it may be necessary for the firm to reschedule your appointment for another time/day.

Should I bring anything with me to the consultation?

What is your appointment policy?

We offer free consultations.  However, demand to speak with Attorney Elena Quinde is high. To ensure that our time is best and most effectively spent representing our clients, we limit our free consultations to the initial (or first) meeting only.  The free initial consultation is limited to twenty-five minutes.   Should you wish to speak longer than that, or schedule a second consultation, we will discuss with you the charge for that.  
Please keep in mind that no shows materially affect not only our business, but more importantly, our other clients who could have used that time slot.  Therefore, we ask that - absent an emergency - you provide 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or reschedule.  If you do not provide notice, we reserve the right to refuse to schedule you a makeup appointment.

During the consultation, we will get to know you and the relevant details of your matter and outline a plan to get you the relief you need!  You can schedule your free, initial consultation by clicking here.

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Frequently Asked Questions 

3725 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road

Suite A5

Suwanee, GA 30024

CALL NOW: 678-404-7104


Fax No: 770-857-3430

Email us: contactus@quindelaw.com

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1. Bring your questions!  You may find it helpful to write them down and bring them with you.


2. Bring any relevant paperwork.  While we usually do NOT need marriage certificates/licenses, birth certificates, etc., we do encourage you to bring any other paperwork you feel is relevant to your case.


3. Please complete an "intake" sheet (which you can download and print below) prior to your appointment.  Bring it with you.  This will help maximize your consultation time with your attorney!  


For criminal cases (from traffic tickets to felonies), please click the link and complete this intake sheet


For QDRO's, please click the link and complete this intake sheet


For all other family law cases, please click the link and complete this intake sheet.