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An attorney shall not enter into an agreement for, charge, or collect an illegal, prohibited, or clearly excessive fee or a fee generated by employment that was obtained through advertising or solicitation not in compliance with the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar.
A fee is clearly excessive when: A the nature and extent of the disclosure made to the client about the costs; B whether a specific agreement exists between the lawyer and client as to the costs a client is expected to pay and how a cost is calculated that is charged to a client; C the actual amount charged by third party providers of services to the attorney; D whether specific costs can be identified and allocated to an individual client or a reasonable basis exists to estimate the costs charged; E the reasonable charges for providing in-house service to a client if the cost is an in-house charge for services.
All costs are subject to the test of reasonableness set forth in subdivision a above. When the parties have a written contract in which the method is established for charging costs, the costs charged thereunder shall be presumed reasonable. In determining a reasonable fee, the time devoted to the representation and customary rate of fee need not be the sole or controlling factors.
All factors set forth in this rule should be considered, and may be applied, in justification of a fee higher or lower than that which would result from application of only the time and rate factors. When the lawyer has not regularly represented the client, the basis or rate of the fee shall be communicated to the client, preferably in writing, before or within a reasonable time after commencing the representation.
As to contingent fees: A contingent fee agreement shall be in writing and shall state the method by which the fee is to be determined, including the percentage or percentages that shall accrue to the lawyer in the event of settlement, trial, or appeal, litigation and other expenses to be deducted from the recovery, and whether such expenses are to be deducted before or after the contingent fee is calculated.
Upon conclusion of a contingent fee matter, the lawyer shall provide the client with a written statement stating the outcome of the matter and, if there is a recovery, showing the remittance to the client and the method of its determination.
No lawyer or firm may participate in the fee without the consent of the client in writing. Each participating lawyer or law firm shall sign the contract with the client and shall agree to assume joint legal responsibility to the client for the performance of the services in question as if each were partners of the other lawyer or law firm involved.
The client shall be furnished with a copy of the signed contract and any subsequent notices or consents. All provisions of this rule shall apply to such fee contracts.
A any fee in a domestic relations matter, the payment or amount of which is contingent upon the securing of a divorce or upon the amount of alimony or support, or property settlement in lieu thereof; or B a contingent fee for representing a defendant in a criminal case.
A The contract shall contain the following provisions: The undersigned client has signed the statement and received a signed copy to refer to while being represented by the undersigned attorney s. If the attorney has advanced funds to others in representation of the client, the attorney is entitled to be reimbursed for such amounts as the attorney has reasonably advanced on behalf of the client.
Before the filing of an answer or the demand for appointment of arbitrators or, if no answer is filed or no demand for appointment of arbitrators is made, the expiration of the time period provided for such action: After the filing of an answer or the demand for appointment of arbitrators or, if no answer is filed or no demand for appointment of arbitrators is made, the expiration of the time period provided for such action, through the entry of judgment: If all defendants admit liability at the time of filing their answers and request a trial only on damages: The application for authorization of such a contract can be filed as a separate proceeding before suit or simultaneously with the filing of a complaint.
Proceedings thereon may occur before service on the defendant and this aspect of the file may be sealed. A petition under this subdivision shall contain a certificate showing service on the client and, if the petition is denied, a copy of the petition and order denying the petition shall be served on The Florida Bar in Tallahassee by the member of the bar who filed the petition.
Authorization of such a contract shall not bar subsequent inquiry as to whether the fee actually claimed or charged is clearly excessive under subdivisions a and b. The statement shall be retained by the lawyer with the written fee contract and closing statement under the same conditions and requirements as subdivision f 5.
D As to lawyers not in the same firma division of any fee within subdivision f 4 shall be on the following basis: The application for authorization of such a contract may be filed as a separate proceeding before suit or simultaneously with the filing of a complaint, or within 10 days of execution of a contract for division of fees when new counsel is engaged.
Proceedings thereon may occur before service of process on any party and this aspect of the file may be sealed.
Authorization of such contract shall not bar subsequent inquiry as to whether the fee actually claimed or charged is clearly excessive. An application under this subdivision shall contain a certificate showing service on the client and, if the application is denied, a copy of the petition and order denying the petition shall be served on The Florida Bar in Tallahassee by the member of the bar who filed the petition.
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