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In this episode of The Lawyerist Podcast, Gabriel Cheong talks about billing flat fees in unpredictable cases, like contested divorces. Often seeming impossible to implement in a family law firm, Gabriel shares a few tips on how he makes this client service model function in his firm.

In the episode, we chat about a quote from Casey Neistat: “People who say it can’t be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.” That’s got plenty to do with this episode and this topic. Check out his video here:

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Gabriel Cheong owns Infinity Law Group, a divorce and family law litigation and mediation firm. In his spare time, Gabriel enjoys the company of his rabbit and corgi.

You can follow Gabriel on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Thanks to LawPay, Spotlight Branding, New Law Business Model, and Logikcull for sponsoring this episode!


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