Overview of Legal Retainers


The legal retainer ensures that the Darbouze Law Group will begin representing you in your family legal matter. The retainer amount will vary, depending on the complexity of your case. After you complete your consultation, the attorney will discuss the retainer amount with you.

Some clients pay their retainer up front via cash, check, or credit card. If you are interested in paying your legal retainer up front, you may visit our Make A Payment page. Other clients choose to finance their legal retainer through our secure financing option.

Financing Your Legal Retainer


For clients who choose not to pay the legal retainer up front, the Darbouze Law Group offers a secure alternative through IQualify Lending. Clients must complete a 90-second application, and, if approved, clients may obtain financing without putting any money down. The first loan payment will not be due for 30 days, and the lenders offer low monthly payments. For example, IQualify Lending estimates that a $2,500 loan will result in payments as low as $78 per month. If you would like more information on financing the legal retainer, you may visit the IQualify Financing Application.

I would like to pay my legal retainer up front.

Please visit our Make A Payment page if you would like more information on paying your legal retainer up front. If you are ready to pay your legal retainer using a debit or credit card, then you may pay the retainer using our secure Online Payment Portal.

I would like to finance my legal retainer.

To finance your legal retainer through IQualify Lending, you must complete a 90-second application. After completing the application, you will be able to view your payment options, accept or decline offers from up to 12 lenders, and complete the loan agreement.

I would like to estimate my payment.

If you choose to finance your legal retainer, you will owe your first payment in 30 days. The Payment Matrix allows you to estimate the amount of your monthly payment. Please remember that the amounts provided by the matrix are only an estimation.