The Importance of an Escrow Account
An escrow account is used to secure funds for legal matters that exist presently or in the future. The money is given to the lawyer to save with the understanding, "If I need your services money is available to cover legal expenses." If not needed, or, if a desire to close the account is a future choice, the client may do so. A service fee may or may not be attached to the account. the escrow account can compensate for a variety of legal matters.
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