Consultation & Pricing

Consultation Process

Discuss Your Situation with an Employment Lawyer

At Rubix Legal, our employment lawyers are highly experienced in dealing with a wide range of legal cases. Here we explain our consultation and pricing.

Whether you are experiencing unfair dismissal, bullying and harassment, discrimination, adverse action, redundancy, underpayment of wages or another issue, we are here to provide the advice and guidance you need to understand your rights in the workplace.

Don’t go on another day filled with worry or uncertainty in your workplace.

It is in your favour to talk to an employment lawyer as soon as possible. If you have already left your place of employment, we are able to assist, so please do not hesitate to make an inquiry with one of our employment lawyers situated on the Gold Coast and Brisbane.

There are three ways to get started with Rubix Legal which include:

If you’d like to have a quick chat to see if it looks like you have a case, then our complimentary 20-minute call option is the perfect place to start.

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If you’re ready to proceed with finding your voice in the workplace, you can book in for a 1 hour paid consultation for a detailed and tailored discussion about your legal options and prospects.

The consultation is conducted via telephone or online conference call.

The cost is $330 plus GST and is payable at the time of booking.

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If you’d prefer to meet face to face, perhaps because of the complexity of the matter and the need to piece out a more detailed case strategy, or you just prefer to meet in person, our 2-hour Legal Advice and Strategy Session is the best place to start.

We offer face to face meetings at either an office location, coffee shop or any other mutually convenient space on the Gold Coast.

The cost is $650 plus GST and is payable at the time of booking.

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Value Based Pricing

If you’ve ever engaged an employment lawyer, you probably recall the anxiety you felt regarding fees.

At Rubix Legal there’s no need to fret, as we don’t charge by the hour, in billable units or offer estimates. Instead, we deliver Value Based Pricing.

This means that the price is driven by the value we offer, rather than time. Instead of adding another concern to your list of problems, we provide you with certainty. We will discuss the fees upfront, so you know exactly what to expect.

How does it work?

Before we undertake any work, we will discuss our fees with you, which is based upon the value we are creating. Once we’ve agreed on a price, so long as the scope of work remains the same, the fees are locked in, so you always know exactly what to expect. 

The process involves three simple steps:

1. Dicussion

We will have a conversation, listening carefully to your needs and objectives to work out what matters most to you.

After exploring the legal matter with an employment lawyer, we will be in a position to discuss a range of options.

2. Proposal

Your employment lawyer will then consider how we can best meet your needs and objectives.

This involves presenting you with a selection of packages in a Scope and Price Proposal, which will outline a series of options available to you. 

3. Agreement

If you are happy with the Scope and Price Proposal and wish to proceed with one of the options, we will provide you with a formal Client Agreement for signing.

This confirms the agreed scope of work, price and general terms of engagement.

What if the scope of work changes?

We understand that sometimes circumstances can change throughout the life of a legal matter or take on a new direction. This can be common with litigious matters, as there are many elements that cannot be predicted in advance.

If this occurs, a re-vamp of the scope of work will be required. We’ll follow the same process as before, discussing your requirements in detail, before providing you with a Revised Scope and Price Proposal (each stage with a fixed price). If you wish to proceed, you will then be provided with a revised formal Client Agreement to complete.