San Antonio, TX asked in Consumer Law, Family Law and Identity Theft for Texas

Q: Is this a fee agreement. Email sent from lawyer: do a stock purchase agreement; minutes and assignment Cost 500.

I would do a stock purchase agreement; minutes and assignment

Cost is $500

Let me know when the cost will be paid

Once Paid I will wrap up

I can do a money order, cashiers check or you can go online to and use a credit card Make any check payable to XXXX, attorney

I would suggest there be something that looks like a down payment, note, something other than just assumption of the debt

But we can do that as it would be sufficient consideration

1 Lawyer Answer
John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
  • Frisco, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Sounds more like an email advertising to do legal services in connection with drafting a stock purchase agreement for a flat fee of $500.

I would be highly suspicious and would request more detail.

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