No one can predict with absolute accuracy what the total fees will be at the beginning of a case. The final cost of your case will depend on so many things: the complexity of the issues, the time involved, the level of your spouse’s cooperation, the amount and availability of petrinent information, and so on. The breadth and depth of the issues in your case will become more apparent over time and your lawyer should be able to give you an estimate as to the likely future costs as the case progresses. You should discuss those costs with your lawyer in cxomparison to the potential benefits to your case. An exhaustive “leave no stone unturned” approach can be cost prohibitive and simply may be unwarranted. Our attorneys’ hourly rates vary and our firm has options to fit most budgets.