When you arrange to pay a retainer for a lawyer, you are actually C. PAYING THE LAWYER IN ADVANCE FOR WORK. To have a lawyer in retainer means that you, the client, are paying the lawyer a small amount in a regular basis whether, you need his legal services at that time or not. The lawyer, in exchange, will lend his legal services whenever you need them. Putting a lawyer in retainer is the usual practice of small businesses which needs constant legal work but is not financially capable of hiring a full time lawyer.
When you arrange to pay a retainer for a lawyer, you are actually _____. a. Agreeing to pay the lawyer with your winnings b. Reducing the overall legal bill you will have c. Paying the lawyer in advance for work d. Making an appointment to discuss fees in the future