The Supreme Court of New Jersey authorizes attorneys who are Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey to pay referral fees to referring attorneys. Rule 1:39-6. This means that only Supreme Court Certified Attorneys can legally pay fees to referring attorneys. Vando Cardoso, Esq. is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney. This means that any attorney that refers our office a criminal matter may be eligible for a referral fee for that prospective client!
Our goal is to ensure that our referral partners are happy. That’s why we take referral fees very seriously. Our rates are competitive and our payments are reliable. We offer a fast, easy process for ensuring payment.
Here’s how it works. An attorney who refers a prospective criminal matter will be eligible to be for a referral fee if the following occurs:
- The referring attorney refers a prospective criminal matter to our office;
- The attorney fills out the form below with all details prior to the prospective client contacting our office;
- The referred-prospective client contacts our office and advises us that they were referred by the referring attorney; and
- The prospective client signs our retainer and pays their retainer fee in full.
Once all the above occur, you will be eligible to receive a referral fee. It’s that easy!
In addition to the referral fee, Cardoso Law, will add you to our exclusive referral network under your practice area. We are always getting calls about matters we do not handle, and those who refer to us we are happy to refer back to you.