attorney's fee

Definition of "attorney's fee"
  1. The payment a client makes to a lawyer for legal services. It can be structured in various ways such as hourly rate, set fee for a specific job, contingency, or retainer
How to use "attorney's fee" in a sentence
  1. The attorney's fee for the case was higher than expected due to the complexity of the issue.
  2. To draft her will, she paid an attorney's fee of $300.
  3. Due to a lack of funds, he opted for a lawyer who agreed to a contingency attorney's fee.

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