It is best to get a mandate and fee agreement signed between you and your Attorney as this will clarify both of your respective rights and obligations. If your Attorney bills you at an hourly rate, make sure that you understand how and how often they will bill you Take the time to understand who else will be billing you for work done on your behalf. Many law firms will charge for the time spent on your matter by their Candidate Attorneys or Paralegals. Ask your Attorney for cost estimations and what experts they would want to call so that you can be prepared for these expenses long in advance. It is challenging for a litigation Attorney to do an estimation of how much a divorce will cost you – if not impossible. But, you can ask them how much their day fee will be, or the cost for a specific application.

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