Attorney Fee Calculator

On meeting with us, Rosen Law Firm will provide you with a fixed fee for retaining us to represent you in your divorce. This is based on the specific circumstances of your case as discussed with your attorney. This calculator will outline a fee range so that you will have a sense of what all of this might cost.

Do you have minor children? Yes No
How many retirement plans between you and your spouse?
Are you or your spouse financially dependent on the other spouse? Yes No
Have you or your spouse comitted fault? Yes No
Do you have a family owned business professional practice? Yes No
Does your net marital estate exceed $1,500,000? Yes No

Initial Consultation: $300

Total Fees: $ - $

The fixed fee detailed below covers all of the steps involved in resolving your situation when it is not necessary to file a lawsuit with the court. This arrangement is suitable in about ninety percent of all cases. Very few cases end up in court. The fee includes the drafting of a separation agreement, deeds, and other supporting documents. The fee also includes all consultations between you and us, including phone calls, meetings, email, and any other contact. The fee further includes all negotiation between your spouse and our firm. The estimated fee additionally includes all of the fees often itemized by other firms including postage, fax and photocopy charges. The only additional fees you might incur relate to outside services you elect to purchase such as a real estate appraisal and all required QDROs (to divide retirement plans).

The fixed fee detailed below is an estimate and may vary depending upon your unique situation. When you meet with an attorney from Rosen Law Firm you will be provided with an exact fee that will not change during the course of our representation of you. We do not charge by the hour and you never have to worry about the uncertainty that comes from an unpredictable hourly fee. We make you a promise about your fee and we live up to that promise.

The fixed fees detailed below cover all steps involved in resolving your situation when it is necessary to file a lawsuit and go to court. These fees are paid in three phases. When a lawsuit is filed with the court we are often able to reach agreement before the matter actually goes to trial. Any fees unpaid at the time of settlement are waived and you pay only the amount you have paid up to that

  1. First Phase – The “Initiation Fee” is due when you hire the firm to begin the lawsuit.
  2. Second Phase – The “Trial Preparation” fee is generally due 75 days after the filing of the lawsuit.
  3. Third Phase – The “Trial Fee” is generally due 45 days before each trial. There are sometimes several trials, on different issues, in one case. Often, we have one trial and then reach agreement on the other issues without the need for additional trials. So that you only pay for the trials you actually reach, we break the fee for this phase down into each separate trial. Again, any issue reaching trial incurs a fee 45 days before the trial.
  4. The fixed fees detailed below are an estimate and may vary depending upon your unique situation. When you meet with an attorney from Rosen Law Firm you will be provided with an exact schedule of fixed fees that will not change during the course of our representation of you. Again, you may not end up paying all of the scheduled fixed fees if we reach agreement before the matter actually goes to trial. We do not charge by the hour and you never have to worry about the uncertainly that comes from an unpredictable hourly fee. We make you a promise about your fee and we live up to that promise.
Lower Upper
Initiation of Litigation:$10,000$12,000
Trial Preparation Fees:$8,000$16,000
Trial Fees:
Child Custody Trial:$8,000$11,000
Child Support Trial:$6,000$9,000
Post-Separation Support Trial:$8,000$10,000
Alimony Trial:$8,000$15,000
Property Distribution Pre-Trial Conference:$6,000$10,000
Property Distribution Trial:$9,000$15,000

Total Fees: $ - $

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