What is the consultation fee?

Our consultation fee is $100.

Do you accept any major credit cards?

Yes, we accept Visa™, MasterCard™, Amex™, and Discover™.

Do you have payment plans?

All our fees, and the payment thereof, are agreed upon in writing prior to engaging our representation. Our fee structure is designed to eliminate hourly billings, thereby facilitating the continued communication between our office and our clients without a concern for “running up a bill.” However, if a payment plan is needed, it can be discussed individually with the attorney at the time of entering into a representation agreement.

What is the cost of a prison visit?

The cost of a prison visit depends upon the location of the prison and the expected length of the visit based upon the individual and the charges pending. The typical price for a prison visit at the Lancaster County Prison is $100.
Our fee for prison visits does not include the cost of an interpreter, if one is needed. If those services are necessary, our office will be able to provide you with the cost of the interpreter prior to engaging our services for the prison visit.

Does it matter which attorney I hire?

Goldberg & Beyer operates as a team. Our office is well staffed with attorneys and legal assistants who have direct access to a private investigator and virtually all other services needed during the course of our representation. If you hire one of us, you get all of us.

How do I get my driving Record?

The Pennsylvania DMV website.

How do I obtain my criminal history?

Through the Pennsylvania Access to Criminal History website.

Service Where You Need It

Our firm is located in Lancaster, PA, though our practice is not limited to this area. We are admitted to practice in any county within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including Lancaster, York, Dauphin, Berks, Lebanon, Chester, Cumberland, Delaware and Adams Counties. When the circumstances are right, we will consider seeking admission to represent individuals outside of the state.

For federal cases, our primary jurisdiction is the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Middle District of Pennsylvania. We are willing to seek admission to other jurisdictions when needed.