The final cost will depend upon the complexity of your legal matter and the level of conflict between the parties. Unforeseen circumstances or additional issues arising during the course of your file may also affect the cost.
In Family Law Matters, consider the complexity of the file such as property, parenting arrangements, support owing, pensions or other matters that may require more time to complete. Then, consider the level of conflict between the parties. By conflict, we mean a disagreement or the inability to amicably resolve and issue without negotiations. This will increase the legal costs of your matter. It is important to keep your legal costs in mind when you consider process options for resolution.